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Thread: WTB: 405-G2 lens in M9 retainers

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    Default WTB: 405-G2 lens in M9 retainers

    I need 4 with retainers to suit Dave's brass LD mounts.

    Can anyone help me please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    Wow, almost local.
    Haha, only 2000 miles from here to Perth where Wayne is
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    Hey Dave, you have PM.

    BTW, I just found a PM from you going back a few weeks, did I reply to you?

    Melbourne is just around the corner lol, second left after the black stump. My birth place BTW.
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    Great place to llive!!! Good place to sit in the sun with a cold beer (perone) but swimming in the water of esperance was great too!!! The white sand of those beaches where as white as a perfectly balanced RGB
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    Quote Originally Posted by edison View Post
    Great place to llive!!! Good place to sit in the sun with a cold beer (perone) but swimming in the water of esperance was great too!!! The white sand of those beaches where as white as a perfectly balanced RGB
    LOL! I will never look at beach sand the same way again!
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    hey wayne, there is no readily available solution for the 405-g-2 in an m9/0.5 barrel. laser66 sells his own diode holders and lens mounts that are press fit, so not good for changing diodes without destroying them

    there are two options. either dave's barrels or the aixiz blanks. having tried both, i would say go for dave's barrels and never look back. really easy to work with and with the usual dave-top-metalworking-standards
    "its called character briggs..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaNeK779 View Post
    hey wayne, there is no readily available solution for the 405-g-2 in an m9/0.5 barrel. laser66 sells his own diode holders and lens mounts that are press fit, so not good for changing diodes without destroying them

    there are two options. either dave's barrels or the aixiz blanks. having tried both, i would say go for dave's barrels and never look back. really easy to work with and with the usual dave-top-metalworking-standards
    Cool, thanks, good to know, especially seeing as I just paid Dave for 4 sets!

    I rebuilt my quad today, I am seeing a lot of loss with the Waveplate. Has anyone else tried theirs yet?

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    BTW, after rotating the diodes for a | shaped beam, I had to move the WP to the other set (compared to my drawing).
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    are you sure you have rotated the WP to find it's best position? place the power meter in front of the aperture and start rotating the waveplate (while keeping it vertical)
    how much losses (%) are you talking about? i still haven't tested mine and as it seems at the moment i will not do so for some time to come

    i also think we should start posting the camera settings we use to take each picture... that red looks brighter than the sun there
    if i use a tripod and a long enough exposure time, i can make a 5mw pointer look like a bloody laserscope (just a thought, i don't mean to mock your build there wayne)
    Last edited by LaNeK779; 05-01-2011 at 04:10. Reason: added my photographic concerns...
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