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  • Vincennes, IN
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"This technalogy can also be used to run a solar water pump."
Jan 29, 2012
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Death Ray R5800: Power of 5000 suns!

The R5800 is the latest and greatest solar creation. Made from an ordinary fiberglass satellite dish, it is covered in about 5800 3/8" (~1cm) mirror tiles. Wh...
May 9, 2010
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Jul 25, 2009
Eric Jacqmain commented on Douglas Arrison's group DIY Solar Toys
"There is a new one now. The Sun Runner 2. Its mt first solar car to be radio controlled, and its fast."
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DIY Solar Toys

DIY solar toys are fun, inexpensive projects. By scavenging a few parts and a spare solar panel from an old solar light you can create cool robots or other interesting gadgets.See More
Jul 25, 2009
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May 9, 2009
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"Hi Eric, Great to have you. Feel like a pioneer? I'm going to be steadily building traffic for the next few months and would love your input discussing more details of how you built your cool devices. If you put up new Youtube vids you can…"
May 8, 2009
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How many solar DIY projects have you done?
Many
Solar DIY preference
Everything
What is your latest project?
My latest project is the R5800 solar "death ray". It is a solar furnace constructed from a salvaged satellite dish and thousands of tiny mirror tiles, about 5800. It focuses down into a spot the size of a dime with an illumination of about 5000 times sunlight.

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At 1:04pm on January 29, 2012, david burt said…

This technalogy can also be used to run a solar water pump.

At 11:36pm on May 8, 2009, Douglas Arrison said…
Hi Eric,

Great to have you. Feel like a pioneer? I'm going to be steadily building traffic for the next few months and would love your input discussing more details of how you built your cool devices. If you put up new Youtube vids you can just add them here easily. You can add forum threads and invite anyone you know that is like minded. I'll do my part to promote your cool inventions and get you the notoriety you deserve.

Regards,

Doug

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