Step 1: Only Two Major Parts
Step 2: Various Views
Top right shows the "business" end with the protective red glass filter lens cap that I built to protect the laser tube's mirrored end.
Bottom left shows the beam on a piece of paper. It's not very bright because the laser tube actually requires 20KV to properly operate rather than the 16KV my power source is putting out. But at least you don't have to plug it in.
Bottom right is a view directly through the center of the tube.
Step 3: Finished Product
This is actually a very simple electrical project to assemble, the hardest part actually was making the containment tube. The only problem anyone would have trying to construct a duplicate would be finding the rather obscure old parts, particularly the power inverter.