Here are the step by step instructions for building the spectrometer that I am using at this mome...
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Here are the step by step instructions for building the spectrometer that I am using at this moment.
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Would it be possible to show some zoomed out images at each step, and maybe give us some specifications of the box and such, just so that we can get an idea of what the more general look of things are at each step?
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@abdul, hello abdul, my work will no longer be published here at Plab, if you want to view my work and correspond on it, you can visit me here at hackaday.com, here is the link;
Thanks Dave H
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DH 4.0 v4 Spectrometer Build Illustrations, Modifications and Specifications
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