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    Default Lens from 445nm projector

    Howdy all,
    Anyone who has a projector, from *cough* you know where I'm after a specific lens from the optical assembly.

    The lens is not one of the x24 aspherics attached to the diode block, it is the sort-of-rectangular lens that's about 35x24mm with two flat edges; found around the end of the diode block after the stepped mirror combiner.



    If anyone has any lying around spare; I'd love to take them off your hands for a few quid + beer money and stamps

    I need as many as possible...

    Fanks!
    Dan
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    I will look....dare we ask the use?
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    Thanks!

    Nothing groundbreaking or anything that anyone else would be interested in (at least on laser diodes/collimating) side of things. Those lenses just happen the perfect power to tame an LED.
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    Hey Dan

    I'm at the office right now, but would there be one of those lenses in that lot that you sent me some time ago?

    If so, i'll dig them out and have a look through, you're welcome to have it back if it helps you out.

    Cheers

    Jem
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    Dan I have 1 you can have......

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    Dan B
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    Cheers all
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