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Thread: My 1 watt 445nm laser diode in my old green projector.

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    Default My 1 watt 445nm laser diode in my old green projector.

    Check my laser video of my 1 watt diode in my
    Old green projector.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glsUk...=youtube_gdata

    Please comment

    Ollie
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    1 450mw pinkem rgb 30k scanner
    2 x 1 watt green laser
    4 x 1 watt blue 445nm laser systems
    3 watt rgb .

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    You got any pics of the insides of the projector? Is this in an old green host also, or just in the projector?
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    Very nice. 445 definately a lot darker than 473 but still a lovely colour.

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    I'm sorry no pics of inside and I'm gonna struggle to get any. I can upload videos straight off my iPhone to you tube but don't know how to do the same with pics to the forum. Sorry.

    Yes the colour is alot darker but it's a really gorgeous colour. I think it's nicer than 473nm personally

    Ollie
    2 x 10w full colour laser systems
    2 x 4w full colour laser systems
    2 x 3w full colour laser systems
    1 450mw pinkem rgb 30k scanner
    2 x 1 watt green laser
    4 x 1 watt blue 445nm laser systems
    3 watt rgb .

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    Looks shiny enough! I can see these puppies repurpose a lot of old L*s*rworld projectors and cheap Chinese RGV units. Even with 20k scanners, these things will be quite useful as spares or a satellite projectors.

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    Yes I'm abit miffed about the output
    Quality in you tube though. I recorded this on an iPhone 4 which is supposed to be hd and on the phone looks great. It's hard to get a video without the camera glaring which is strange. Iv seen other videos the same.

    Stoney your a genius cause that I's exactly what iv done. Iv used 2 old crappy 200mw Chinese lasers and installed one of these beautys. I'm installing a safety galvo. Also gonna upgrade to dt40s when money allows

    Ollie
    Last edited by oliverst14@hotmail.com; 08-18-2010 at 11:28.
    2 x 10w full colour laser systems
    2 x 4w full colour laser systems
    2 x 3w full colour laser systems
    1 450mw pinkem rgb 30k scanner
    2 x 1 watt green laser
    4 x 1 watt blue 445nm laser systems
    3 watt rgb .

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    I can upload videos straight off my iPhone to you tube but don't know how to do the same with pics to the forum.
    You can't do it from the iPhone browser directly.
    You either have to connect your iPhone to the PC and upload from there, or upload to imageshack/photobucket/etc and link from there on the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    You can't do it from the iPhone browser directly.
    You either have to connect your iPhone to the PC and upload from there, or upload to imageshack/photobucket/etc and link from there on the forum
    Email them to yourself and then attach them ti a post using your PC browser

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    Quote Originally Posted by heroic View Post
    Email them to yourself and then attach them ti a post using your PC browser
    hehe in other words, the japanese way - why do it simple if it can be done the hard way
    but shouldn't apple products work on "one touch"?

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