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  1. #11
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    Krusty what did you use to cut out your trusses

  2. #12
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    45 Watt 6th Generation Hobby laser cutter from Full Spectrum Laser.

    After putting them out I am very dissapointed... I was absolutely clueless to the fact that lasers were temperature sensitive. It was -10 C (14F) and they very quickly began to dim. Only have them as elements in a few songs so they get cold quick. Even tonight it is 3C (37F) and they are still extremely dim.

    Live and learn I guess....

    My wife wants them inside shinning on the wall

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    I'm wondering if there's a way to keep these warm... There's not much in the case and not sure if a c7 lights would fit- or keep them warm enough.. My guess is it would effect the output.. Could probably build a box and throw in a high watt bulb for heat... But I think it would be a battle we may not win since whatever the outcome it would have to be 24/7
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