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    Default My new 445 twins in action

    Hi Guys,

    Just wanted to share some pics of my last show with my new 445nm twins @ 1W

    The setup was quite difficult . The venue had 2 floors, stairs etc. So had to do a lot of measurements, the most part of the scanning area was only at 30% power But I had a small corridor where it could go 100%

    Any comments/questions, let me know! Enjoy!



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    Nice!!!!!! Mooie beams moet ik zeggen!!!

    Now i have a good impression when my single module is ready

    Blue is so nice!!! And i have 20 of those sitting on my desk alsmost ready to build.

    Keep the pictures coming Flowlaser
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    Nice pics

    Did you correct the beams ?
    What beamsize and divergence did you achieve ?
    Do you have more detailed pictures of your twin builds ?

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    Fantastic FLoLASWER, nice one

    @Edison, i saw one of those module housing you made at the last UKLEM and was gutted i didn't win it.
    Will you be selling these in the future?

    Adrian

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    @ Edison

    thanks for the comment, I also fell in love with this color You want to set your neighbours house on fire with 20W of blue ??

    @ Bart
    I kept the build very simple since I didn't have to much time to prepare.
    (The show was booked before I had them working )

    It consist of Dave's brass diode mount with a aixis glass lens, mounted on a piece of aluminium. With a Die4Drive to drive the diode.Oh, and a Lasorb of course!

    At 15m the beam spot was about 4x1 cm. So this comes down to a divergence of about 2.5-2.6 mrad

    Since I only do beamshows with these, the high divergence is no problem. Also the shape of the beam was no problem in this setup. I also have some cylindrical lenses from DrLava here, but haven't had the time to test them. In some time I want to try to make the beam better with these.


    @ RGbee

    Thanks for the comment!

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    very nice color ! and I'm surprised to see how "445 only" is bright !

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    Hehe good idea!!!! Lets burn something But i think its better to sell them when they are finished. Hopefully the circuitboard comes soon so i can start building them and at the same time start working on my quad. The design is almost ready so as soon as some money is coming in then i give the metalshop the green light for manufacturing my quad

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