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Thread: MM1 and Beam Splitter

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    Default MM1 and Beam Splitter

    I have a new and unused MM1 adjustable mount, complete with mounting foot and a removable plate for transmissive optics. Also included in an unused 10mm x 15mm 50/50 beam splitter.

    This is exceptionally well made in anodised aluminium, with a stainless steel post.





    I would like 40 plus postage. Happy to ship anywhere.

    Apologies for the blury photos. EDIT: 35 plus postage.
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    Is it 50/50 at 45 degrees only?, is it wavelength specific, if so, what wavelength?

    Jem
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    Yes, 50/50 @ 45 degrees.

    The coating is broadband dialectric and was originally purchased for a 532nm laser.

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    Thanks

    Now, I have to ask myself the question, do I *really* need another beamsplitter for my holography setup. It's always nice to have a spare or two

    If you haven't sold it in a couple of weeks send me a PM. Funds for more laser stuff are a bit limited at the moment, I really must get around to offloading some surplus stuff

    Cheers

    Jem
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    Should be ideal for hollography as it is far more robust than other mounts.

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    Reduced to 35 plus postage.

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