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Thread: Blue 445nm 1W 50k analogue

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    Laser Warning Blue 445nm 1W 50k analogue

    445nm blue 1W 50k analogue laser diode!

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    ~5mm beam diameter and <5mrad divergence!!?
    How do you make them so bad? My Aixiz barrel and o-like lenses are better than that.

    Kvant-alike too.

    Shame as I might've been interested
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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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    i second that!
    are you sure divergence is 5 and not .5 ?

    correction optics? cooling?
    "its called character briggs..."

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    i think they fixed it
    Beam divergence, full angle(mrad): <1.5
    Beam diameter at the aperture(mm): appr. 3x3.5
    better a bit would be interested in how they still have specs like that when the correction is so simple.

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    To be honest, thats just about right to match most of my other modules. I appreciate a tighter, less diverging beam is nicer, but all things being equal, when your green is always going to be typically ~1.25-1.5mrad, what is the point of having a blue or red that is less than 1mrad
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    1W and a class 3B sticker?

    /Thomas

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    Everything in China is 3b
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    I thought it fitting, considering the rocky terrain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    Everything in China is 3b
    They've been reading Shakespeare, 3b or not 3b...

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    I dont see a "beam height from baseplate" number in the specs. Since this is not standardised, it would be a handy bit of information to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    Everything in China is 3b
    Actually, it's tree bee.
    This space for rent.

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