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Thread: LASEVER new product : 638 nm coupled 1W & 2W

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    Laser Warning LASEVER new product : 638 nm coupled 1W & 2W

    1W and 2W 638nm red laser module

    We just develop successfully this new product and hope we could make some promotion here:
    Anyone get interested, welcome to come for a visit!
    Any question , feel free to contact us!

    For 1W 638nm, it's called LSR638CPD, we couple 2 diodes together (see picture as attached)
    The beam size <6 x 3 mm, divergence <2x0.6mrad
    Size of laser head is 135(L)x73(W)x50(H)mm3 (fan adds 15mm height)
    Size of Power supply is 100(L)x58(W)x32(H)mm3

    For 2W 638nm, it's called LSR638CP4, we couple 4 diodes together
    The beam size <6 x 6 mm, divergence <2x 0.6 mrad
    Size of laser head is 175(L)x92(W)x60(H)mm3 (fan adds 25mm height)
    Size of Power supply is 100(L)x58(W)x32(H)mm3


    We have sold out several pcs to Laser show companies, and they could accept the beam and divergence.
    It's not as good as the top class 638nm lasers, but it's totally worth for its price.
    We will sell at a fair price, which would be definitely cheaper than other products at the same level.

    I would rather say it would be cheaper than those 638nm lasers not as good as ours.

    Don't hesitate to contact us if you are interested in it!
    PM or Email will be replied in 24 hours

    Cheers! : )

    P.S to be clear, as some one asked,
    we use inside some lens -waveplate for correct beam for combinate beam, diode p73 inside
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    Professional manufacturer for High Power DPSS and Diode Lasers.
    1~8W 638nm Red
    1~8W 520nm Green
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    3~10W RGB laser
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    How much is it?
    Will there be three phase!!!!

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    PM sent, thanks!
    Professional manufacturer for High Power DPSS and Diode Lasers.
    1~8W 638nm Red
    1~8W 520nm Green
    1~20W 445/465nm Blue
    3~10W RGB laser
    http://www.lasever.com/
    Email: sales@lasever.com

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    also want to know the prices and dimensions please.
    mrad is indeed on acceptable levels, so is beam size.
    and i need a red module because kiyoukan screwed me.
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    What's the problem lately with posting prices publicly in the thread? Aren't the prices the same for everyone, (except for tax & shipping)????

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    Difficult to quote a price to the world
    When the exchange rate is always changing
    And that does not just mean for sales , there is also
    The buying of the parts to make said laser..
    So he could quote a price today , that could be a few $$ wrong
    Tomorrow , and that could be the difference between making some profit or not
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    I understand exchange rates drifting but dang, if profit margins are that tight then is it worth selling? It seems like there could at least be a posted price in some currency even if it was only valid for X number of days, official quote upon request or something at least an idea of cost would be nice.

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    Agreed.

    Although I will say in my case...having to stop and send a PM to ask about price tends to cool off the impulse buys. If I'd seen a price in the original post and it was a good one... I may have actually bought one by now but, if I have to take the time to PM Lasever to ask and then wait for a reply, screw it... I'm not "that" excited or interested in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradfo69 View Post
    Agreed.

    Although I will say in my case...having to stop and send a PM to ask about price tends to cool off the impulse buys. If I'd seen a price in the original post and it was a good one... I may have actually bought one by now but, if I have to take the time to PM Lasever to ask and then wait for a reply, screw it... I'm not "that" excited or interested in the first place.
    Well I forgot we're living in a poor world were everyone needs all the things right now and for the cheapest possible... Lasever will answer you in minutes, during their opening hours which are about 2 times yours, so what do you need more?

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    Generally I won't buy off any web site that doesn't openly post prices.

    To me that says they're either not competitive which means they don't want you making comparisons, or they have something to hide.

    I understand prices change but to my mid there's nothing wrong with quoting a figure as a ball park figure then giving an exact quote on the day of purchase using the latest exchange rate and that#s even assuming the web site can't be made to self adjust the pricing (lets not forget here most exchanges rates are available as streams.

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