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    Quote Originally Posted by gottaluvlasers View Post
    3) 6W of red- LOL- 6 WATTS of red. This is STUPID bright.
    could not disagree more, there is NO such thing as too much red

    I want at least 6W of red in my projector... with my 1.6W of blue and 1.5W of green... THEN I think I would have enough red

    3.2W is poopie compared to the blue and green

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    Is that 650nm or 637nm? because 3.2Ws of 637 is BRIGHT O.O lol


    Anyways, Marc, may I tease them with that pic you sent me? LOL
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    lol-

    you can post what you have. Some of the pics have been seen here before. Most of my systems are built the same each time. Before i button yours up, ill get some new pics. trying to realign the new green. i didnt like it the way it was. So, im double leveling it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottaluvlasers View Post
    lol-

    you can post what you have. Some of the pics have been seen here before. Most of my systems are built the same each time. Before i button yours up, ill get some new pics. trying to realign the new green. i didnt like it the way it was. So, im double leveling it.

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    Well here you have it =) I can't wait for the new pictures marc!




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    Having had Marc build me a projector with a Kvant 1.2 watt 640, I can't even fathom the cost of the 5.9 of 637 with a Kvant label on it. Let alone everything else. Shouldn't something that costs that much have a basement??

    But she'll be pretty, I'm sure!

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    Yep, knowing what I paid for 1W of Kvant 637, then factoring the exponential cost value, I'm scared to consider what it might run at. 6x ~2k and then some I would think...
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    Well....How much? There might be a little back and forth for the custom build, but a specific module from Kvant? What is the cost of a 6W and what are the beam parameters?

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    http://shop.ctlasers.com/product_p/ctl637kvn5800.htm since its all on his website for the cost of the module, I figured I'd post it here =)


    this is for the 5.8 module.
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    am i seeing that right, a very nice expensive projector but not AR window to seal the unit?
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    ^^ that is correct. It is a US Regulations thing and the way Lasers get certified. Sometimes i include AR windows. Most of the time i dont. Havent had 1 complaint yet.

    If there is an AR window- than a user needs to open the case to clean optics. Thus, this would require case interlocks.

    I can elaborate if desired.

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