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    Default My take on the baby RGV

    Managed to get it down to 100mm x 60mm.. Could probably go a little smaller if I really tried, but not this time....

    Pretty cute eh.. Now I just gotta try to squash it in a tiny box
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    Dave, I like your layout better than mine, yours uses one less mounts than mine. I dont have a green laser could you post the dimensions because I would like to make a mount for one. We could make this the RGV thread. I didnt have any optics or cubes so I used my 45 degree things to simulate cube placement.
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    Both of those look great! I have been planning on doing one also, you guys beat me to it.

    Mine is still a ways out. I have to finish another project but I have been collecting parts and will get to it eventually.

    I would like to see them fired up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laserman532 View Post
    Dave, I like your layout better than mine, yours uses one less mounts than mine. I dont have a green laser could you post the dimensions because I would like to make a mount for one. We could make this the RGV thread. I didnt have any optics or cubes so I used my 45 degree things to simulate cube placement.
    I thought about the layout a bit, and it occurred to me that the quad red layout would work well with a rgv..

    the dimensions of the cni module are just under 12mm in diameter ( fits perfectly in a 12mm sized hole/ clamshell ) and 35mm long.. The case is at positive potential, so it has to be insulated from the base.. Ill post a few pics of it going once I have the drivers tidied up, what I have at the moment was just kludged together to get everything going quickly..
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    Nice work Dave! Some great machining there!

    What kind of power are you expecting from this beast?

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    Nice work Dave

    Smart thinking on the layout

    I presume the layout is something like this
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    I thought about the layout a bit


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    Blue, then red, then green..

    Apparently it was Adrian's idea..

    Quote Originally Posted by loopee View Post
    Nice work Dave

    Smart thinking on the layout

    I presume the layout is something like this
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    Does anyone know the CNI model number for the baby green?

    Am I correct in thinking this is currently considered the smallest/highest powered module currently available?

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    Now the wait is until somebody replaces the 405 with a 500mW 445 diode, and we're ready to set the record for the smallest RGB ever!

    Can we get a measure on compactness of a module/projector? How about 'lumens per cubic inch'?


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