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Thread: Making Mirrors From Scrap HDs

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Murphy NC

    Making Mirrors From Scrap HDs

    Epilog Legend 36EXT ~35W
    30W Fiber Laser
    Ender 3 PRO
    Corel X6
    AutoCAD 2019
    FFL 01

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Marietta, GA
    Interesting! I can see the difficulty of cutting circles out of the disc - would be nice if you could just laser cut them, but am pretty sure my 35W CO2 is not up to the task...
    Steve \o/
    Dynamite With A Laser Beam LLC
    Epilog Helix 75W/Epilog Fusion Edge 80W and Jet 1642-EVS2

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    That's a fascinating site. Lots of good info but not sure I'm up for all the DIY. Today, if a customer needs something and my laser is down I'm glad Epilog service is a phone call away. Years ago I would have loved playing with a DYI laser.

    Jeff in northern Wisconsin
    45W Epilog Helix
    Corel X4, Photoshop CS3
    Sherline 4400 lathe
    JET 1221 Lathe
    JET 1014 Lathe
    Craftman 36" VS lathe

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    Actually, more accessible and useful components in a hard drive are the 2 neodymium magnets. They are ridiculously powerful and can be used to hold down a warped substrate.
    I design, engineer and program all sorts of things.

    Oh, and I use Adobe Illustrator with an Epilog Mini.

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