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Anyone Made/Thought About Making This? (MILES Tag) Answered

Hi, I recently stumbled on the DIY Miles tag web site. For those of you who don't know MILES tag stands for Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System. It is used to train solders in combat, without that pesky thing that kept pooping up in live fire training: death. So, it basially looks like a really fun game of laser tag. All of the parts are obtainable on the site, assembled PCBs as well as just the PCBs and other various important parts. If you do enough digging into this small community of DIY laser-tag..ers you can find that they are apparently a very helpful bunch and there are lots of how-to documents. There are many documents out there I was wondering if anyone here had any ideas or if they had built one.

Miles Tag "Official" Site: http://www.lasertagparts.com/mtdesign.htm
Wikipedia entry on MILES: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiple_Integrated_Laser_Engagement_System
A Italian site on the subject (Some digging revels a part English site): http://www.lasertagitalia.it
A Laser tag forum: http://www.laserforums.com
Tagger Construction: http://alumnus.caltech.edu/~leif/infratag/tag1_main.html

Check it out, I'm hoping to get some ideas as to how to make a case from anyone who care to give there 2 cents!



Check here for case ideas http://www.funwithelectrons.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/budget-milestag-kit-completed.html

if you have the money build on there heaps of fun(and try and get your friends to make one)

I have been thinking about making this. But the bad part about making an tagger is that its really expensive. I found some other Instructions that you might use but its from other site than you mention there. It is named www.fragtag.com.au
These are the instructions: http://www.fragtag.com.au/P90_construction.pdf