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    Laser Warning nRGB nano whightlight laser

    I Have been planning on doing this for a long time but for various reasons I haven't gotten around to it. Recently an opportunity presented itself and I finally got it made.

    This is just a test fit so things are not in the final position and it is not working just yet. Need to hunt down some screws tomorrow.

    It is:
    ~130mw Green
    ~250mw Red LOC
    ~Up to a watt of 445.
    3 flexmods.
    I think It probably would come in at ~500 mw or so balanced. We will see.

    Chad
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    Last edited by chad; 09-28-2010 at 22:25.


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    wow thats beautiful dude... I am not understanding the beam path though?

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    Thanks!
    It is a normal dicro mixing setup.

    Code:
    G-----/-------=* white beam
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    R-----/    Dicro
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    B-----/    HR
    chad
    Last edited by chad; 09-28-2010 at 21:05.


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    hrmm, I guess I just dont get how those mounts are working... cant see the dicrhos?

    also wouldn't it make more sense to have the red first, green in the middle, and blue last?

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    I don't have the dicros glued yet. The order was dictated by what dicros I could get quickly. The dicros attach to the my nano mounts at a 45deg angle.
    These are prototypes and If I decide to make more I can change things around a little.

    chad


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    Good Lord! That is SWEET! Nice machining work! I want one.

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    Thats pretty cute Chad
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    Thanks!
    It is Still A work In progress.

    chad


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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by chad View Post
    It is Still A work In progress
    Looks pretty much finished to me! excellent job

    I was going to say that having the lid screws beneath could be a PITA if the nono mounts needed a tweak, but a few holes or removable plate in the front of the cover would sort that out - if it was even an issue.

    Inspiring work sir!
    Last edited by p1t8ull; 09-28-2010 at 23:36.

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    very very cool chad! i have a near identical project nearing completion and seeing this is freakin cool, i am using a different beam path though for an even smaller footprint.

    great work though, +1

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