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    Default My take on a quad red

    i like to be different in life

    heres my take on a slightly different quad red setup.

    once complete i hope to get 1watt from it of 660nm.

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    got a very nice beam as you can see from the below 3mm high by 1mm wide.
    so once the other two beams are in the final beam will be 3mm high by 2mm wide @ 1mR

    the beams are polarized in one direction so i could add another using a cube for 2watts of 660 with a beam of 3mm by 3mm

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    distance of 16-18metres

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    Thumbs up Very Nice!

    I'll take one!
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    lol you can take this one if you want.

    ive only built this for a show on saturday night after that ill be taking it out my projector.
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    Looks familiar to me in some way.....working ....changing optics...Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by MechEng3 View Post
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    give us a bit more info -

    diodes
    lens
    did you use any other optics than the lens?
    power
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    well its finished, just a shame i had to build it from scrap metal.

    am now gona put this in my projector see how it looks like 500mw of 532nm and 500mw 445nm








    the beam at apeture is 2mm wide by 3mm high






    the final beam is a bit shitty as the mirror are full of finger prints, but as you can see the dot if about 1.5cm high @ 16-18 metres

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    Very nice for scrap materials. Definatly shooot me aPM when you want to toss it.

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    ill probably order a proper base plate and redo it before selling. i wouldnt sell it in its current state looks shoody
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    ok parts used

    im using 7020h lens from roithner in the aixiz housings. these lens give a better dot at distance than a standard aixiz lens.

    im using the mirrors from the sleds on the mirror mounts

    the telescopics are baised around the NT47-348 with a NT47-911 from edmund optics.

    the nt47-911 is 25mm in diameter and has a FL of -25mm
    the NT47-348 is 25mm in diameter and has a FL of 75mm

    so what ever diameter you pick you need to make sure your as close to the -25mm and 75mm as possible.

    so as an example you could go with a 12mm nt47-906 as they do one with a FL of -24mm

    if you need anymore info chris let me know.
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    Looking good andy.

    whats the focal length of the used.

    With a small Fl there is no real need for a telescope with a quad.

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