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Thread: 9watt 640nm Laser World Red

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    Default 9watt 640nm Laser World Red

    Dave sent this to me the other day

    http://www.laserfreak.net/forum/view...?f=185&t=50258

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    http://dealer.laserworld.com/index.p...mart&Itemid=60

    who wants to take a flyer and see what its like
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    Holly cow!! They take only two hours to align 60 diodes

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    and since its a laser world it only puts out 4.5W right?

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    It appears to be a Swisslas module, so it might be spec.
    Correct me if im wrong, but doesnt Laserworld use Swisslass modules also?
    (in the higher end projectors?)

    I doubt laserworld have the capability to align 60 diodes..
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    It is a swisslass module - well thought out design too i think..
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    But yeah, a '5 watt' module that is guaranteed to have a minimum power of....... 4.5 watts!


    And here was me thinking that is a 4.5 watt module.
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    You are using Bonetti's defense against me, ah?

    I thought it fitting, considering the rocky terrain.

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