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

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

    Hello

    I received few days ago my 445nm diode. 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'll measure the current this week end.

    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

    DAC Bilda
    HE Laserscan
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    Other pictures : http://picasaweb.google.com/10538101...veauBleu445nm#




    I hope that my post won't be deleted because of my blue...
    Last edited by nain-nain; 06-18-2010 at 07:47.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nain-nain View Post
    I hope that my post won't be deleted because of my blue...
    Maybe edit certain lines.....

    1W diode 445 (c**** ****er)

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    I really like the 2nd video. I'm envious

    It's looking really good and hope to be RGB soon as well just need to work out the optics. I don't need a tight beam as I use mine for beam affect and have a big 650mn in mine already lol

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