Convoy 4x18 Luminus 90.2 mod with 86mm reflector ( FINISHED )

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Amazing work! I rather like the look as well.

How many hours do you reckon you put into this, total?

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Great job CNCman!

That is 1 heck of a copper heatsink for the MCPCB! And the fitment is superb. Thumbs Up

I’d rather use my flashlight around the house than turn on the lights.

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darosk wrote:
Amazing work! I rather like the look as well.

How many hours do you reckon you put into this, total?


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Thank You Cool I’m guessing 5 hrs CAD for measuring and getting dimensions and 2 hrs machining.
Planning and research looking for a host for the reflector took months off and on.
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Very well done!!!

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Great mod! Fitment and finish looks like it came from the factory

Agreed. Excellent job cncman Thumbs Up

  

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NeutralFan wrote:
Great job CNCman!

That is 1 heck of a copper heatsink for the MCPCB! And the fitment is superb. Thumbs Up


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Thanks NeutralFan Cool
The copper heat sink has worked good on other lights previously. Big Smile
Trick is to make it as big as possible to absorb more heat and get as much surface contact with the head to dissipate the heat too. Wink
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Amazing numbers!

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Thanks pinkpanda3310 Cool I always enjoy your artistry Beer
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Here are the dims for the reflector if someone wants to do this mod. It is not too hard to do on a manual lathe like I did.
The threads in metric are 64mm x 1.0mm or 2.519 × 25.4 tpi ( I used 26 tpi on my lathe ).
Turn the diameter to 64mm ( 2.519 ) and 37.4mm ( 1.472 ) from the small end of the reflector.
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You can buy the reflector HERE
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You can get the 86.3mm lens HERE
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Here are the dims for the bezel, no threads.
PM me for help with the bezel, mounting it was tricky, but not complicated. Wink
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Superb Shocked Shocked Shocked

What a nice work you have done CNCman Wink Well done Thumbs Up Beer

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Very impressive! It looks great!

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Amazing work, beautiful result!

Well done CNCman, even looks factory!

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Now that is a plan that came together well. Great work and documentation CNCman.

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