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- admin: How did you measure the 225mA output? Did you connect 4 diodes (regular rectifier diodes, not laser of course)...
- David: Hello. I have extracted a 5.6mm diode from a 16x DL dvd burner, I already have an AiXiz module and driver...
- admin: Thank you for stopping by, Mark! If you are using the same hardware, just be sure to not overload the driver...
- Mark N: Spot on. exactly what I want. Just a fwd/Rev speed control, stepper motor to drive the X axis on my Milling...
- admin: That’s right – R4 pulls the Enable input of the chip down, and the driver will be off until...
- Nate: I have a question on the R3/R4 and ttl. So you say that if R4 is installed its normally off. So the laser is...
- admin: Thanks for stopping by, Tom. I don’t have a ready-made DXF but the Eagle board file attached above in...
- admin: It does need to be on a ferrous material for a great increase in performance. Although I do believe you can...
- Tom Batya: I know were you can get about 83 of these for $2.00 EA can you send me a DXF of the foil pattern of your...
- Mayank: is it necessary to fix magnet on ferrous metal or it can also be fix on non ferrous metal.