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In this instructable, you will make a spinning laser, similar to those expensive laser dog toys, by attaching a laser to a pen. It's great fun for any ...
You will need: -1 class IIIA or below Laser (you can pick one up at RadioShack) -1 plastic cd/dvd drive (or other suitable body with properly sized holes) ...
Wear laser safety goggles at all times. Never shine a laser directly into your eyes as this presents risk for permanent retina damage. Some medications may increase this ...
The cd drive I used had holes that were perfectly sized to allow the laser to fit snugly. Depending on the diameters of your cd drive and laser this ...
As the title says, wrap a small rubberband around the laser's 'on' button a few times for greatest tightness. The laser will be revolving quite quickly so it's ...
Using the clips, attach what you have so far in some way to an overhead fan. You may have to use additional clips or rubberbands.
Turn on the overhead fan. If you have speed control, set it to the lowest level and work up from there. You don't want your laser to be ...
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