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    Default RGB 600mw with 445nm blue, beam pictures and video

    Hello

    I received few days ago my 445nm diode from the GB. I test it with a Aixiz acrylic lens (not great but I don't have glass lens). Before, I had two 6x bluray diode. I keep a bluray diode to combine with the 445nm, but i should remove the bluray diode. When I cut its beam, it changes nothing.

    I'm very satisfied with the diode but now, I don't have enough red. I don't have enough money to buy 635nm but I should change the lens to have more power. Which lens do you recommend ?

    Projector caracteristics :
    Galvos Laser wave 20kPPS
    2 diodes LPC-818 658nm (about 300-400mw)
    100mw green 532nm Laser wave
    1 diode 445nm (casio beamer)

    Bilda DAC
    He Laserscan

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    Other pictures : http://picasaweb.google.com/10538101...veauBleu445nm#

    And video :

    Last edited by nain-nain; 06-16-2010 at 03:11.

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    Are you from belgium?

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    No, from France. I'm on Laserfreak french part.

    May be I should post in a other section to present my projector

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    looking good man
    love the shows what software did you do them on ?
    want to share them ??

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    Youtube says HE Laserscan

    @Nain-nain : I heard Lasgo and thought you might be Belgian

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    I edited my first post, it's He Laserscan with Bilda DAC. The show Something isn't mine (I downloaded it on He Laserscan website), but I created the show Summer Sun. I can send it to you if you want.

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    Welcome to PhotonLexicon, nain-nain. Those videos you posted look good!

    To answer your original question about which lens to use for your red lasers, I should point out that if you don't have enough red, simply changing the lens isn't going to help much. Optical losses through lenses are in the 5 to 10% range. That won't many any noticeable difference in the brightness of your red though. You would be better off saving the money for a new source of red.

    Adam

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    Looks awesome nain-nain. Love that beautiful white! What current are you running your 445 diode at?

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    Awsome pics / Videos there ... Cant wait to get my lil 445's

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    I don't know the current, I adjusted it searching white color. I'll measure it this week end.

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