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    For Sale one 445nm moduale. The one seen in this post. http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...-a-445-moduale
    Just add driver and power supply. Includes 445 diode, LaserBug with Lasorb, Aixiz half thread glass lens, and fan. Driver is NOT included I used it on a different project. Price is $100 shipped in USA.






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    thats a bargain for a plug and play module? why so cheap. i know they can be made for that price but still.

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    That is a great deal for somebody. Surprised it didn't go the 1st hour. Jump on it.
    Wiki:The first visible wavelength laser diode was demonstrated by Nick Holonyak, Jr. in 1962.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dream beamz View Post
    thats a bargain for a plug and play module? why so cheap. i know they can be made for that price but still.
    It is NOT plug and play. The driver is not included I used the driver in another project.
    It is still a good deal and I really need the money untill I find a new job.
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    Sold! (Can't believe someone else didn't beat me to this!)

    Adam

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    Quote Originally Posted by buffo View Post
    Sold! (Can't believe someone else didn't beat me to this!)

    Adam


    Really that is all somebody had to say & lucky you Adam!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffo View Post
    Sold! (Can't believe someone else didn't beat me to this!)

    Adam
    I think it is just a statement to how many people have these 1 watt diodes and how many people are assembling them as well. I thought it would be gone quick as well, even without diode

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    In fairness, I have other 445 nm projects in the works as well. But I couldn't pass this up. Thinking I might use this in a lumia rig, or maybe some other static-display projector. Lots of ideas to work with. (Just no time to assemble them!)

    And yeah, 445 nm madness has gripped just about everyone. I wonder how many Flexmod P3 drivers Andrew has sold in the last 6 months? (Probably a shitload!)

    If you had told me a year ago that within a year I'd be buying a 1 watt blue laser for $100, I would have laughed in your face. Amazing, isn't it?

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    Wow... nice, congrats man. I really like the design of this module, it makes so much sense...

    Was this custom made? Can you make more?

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    It's Fred's own design, and I'm sure he could make more of them. Shoot him a PM and see if he'd be willing to do a short run for you.

    (With a little luck, I might have it with me in Knoxville!)

    Adam

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