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    PM me, we had some in stock and can sell with good prices.
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    Just in case anyone is building a monster red and needs to mix some 660nm in with 638/640/642/643nm then I have one of these steep edge Semrock dichros for sale -
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/302529505657
    A little bit werrrr, a little bit weyyyyyy, a little bit arrrrgggghhh

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    An exotic piece of glass that I don't actually already own. I'm giving this a think....
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    But if you are combining two lasers of different polarizations, you could just use a US$12 PBS cube instead. Seriously, this piece of exotic hardware is when you’ve already used that trick on one or both of the different wavelengths to maximize the power of each.

    David
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    Party pooper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradfo69 View Post
    Party pooper.
    Let’s be honest, you wouldn’t use it anyway. You’d just squirrel it away in your massive pile.
    "Help, help, I'm being repressed!"

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    You're right of course but.... why would that stop me? There is some sort of joke to be made about nuts and squirrels there I'm sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkumpula View Post
    But if you are combining two lasers of different polarizations, you could just use a US$12 PBS cube instead. Seriously, this piece of exotic hardware is when you’ve already used that trick on one or both of the different wavelengths to maximize the power of each.

    David
    But, it would allow you extra red power in the same beam using both dichro and PBS. Think about it for a single mode diode setup... 660/638 > PBS > 660/638 all in the same beam. No beam stacking or knife-edging.

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    Hi!
    We have also some of these dichros on stock which we produced in germany (jena). High quality level, not cheap. But working really fine (as the 445/462)
    BR,
    Phillip

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