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    Default LASERS

    I wounder what is the best DPSS lasers that money can buy..

    CNI has a good qulity beams after what I have heard
    Vashio..I dont know....nice price tho...but wa all know what happend to liteglow..
    ramzung...heard about them...but have no clues
    lasever...same as ramzung..no clues..
    maxyzmodules got quality red laser. Got only red ??

    This is what I know...still there are many elses brands out there..

    Please give som inputs

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruch
    I wounder what is the best DPSS lasers that money can buy..

    CNI has a good qulity beams after what I have heard
    Vashio..I dont know....nice price tho...but wa all know what happend to liteglow..
    ramzung...heard about them...but have no clues
    lasever...same as ramzung..no clues..
    maxyzmodules got quality red laser. Got only red ??

    This is what I know...still there are many elses brands out there..

    Please give som inputs
    Ive seen a lot of CNI's flake out. Especially the blues.

    Viasho, In current negotiations with them. To be honest: how they handled liteglows problem is one of the reasons why I am edging towards them. It's rare to see a Chinese manufacturer take responsibility.

    Rumzing is a reseller of CNI.

    Lasever... Im reserving judgment for a little while. Lets just say Im *really* enjoying sending the 473nM's back for repairs. I can only assume one of the lasers must have grown a consciousness and decided it was homesick. Its taken 3 flights back so far. (There should be scathing sarcasm above, if you missed it... Sorry)

    Maxyzmodules Rock. Flat out. And I'm not saying that because they are members of the forums here. They are the only 660's I will use.(Now all I have to do is figure out a way to bypass the arctos patent and design a multi laser optical cavity. 750-800mW of 660nM would be wonderful.)

    Honestly... The best laser money can buy is the one you can afford at that moment. Though I'm sure a lot of people here will be glad to help you come to a conclusion.

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    LOL... best... I was very impressed with the Jenoptik Jenlas units

    http://www.jenoptik-los.com/data/dow...teLight_en.pdf

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    And for only $250,000 you too can be as impressed by this unit as Yadda

    Hell, might even get a bulk discount if you order a dozen or so.

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    http://www.lphotonics.com/products/lasers/1-5.htm
    Anyone got any info ot theese lasers?

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    The lasers listed there in the images are CNI.

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    Default Re: LASERS

    Quote Originally Posted by Spec

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    Rumzing is a reseller of CNI.
    Are you sure? Just got their 500mW 532nm unit, and it doesn't look like any CNI unit pic I could find via Google.

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    Admittedly it has been 18 months since Ive courted one of their products, very possible that they dont use CNI any longer.

    Would you please post a picture of the unit you picked up?

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    first of all..

    this thread should be moved into the "LASER all kind" part of this forum :twisted:

    But yes I need more power.. and I need more quality !
    The green from Viasho is perfect And I think I buy another green 300mW from them later.
    But Blue I dont know, Viasho dont have more than 150mW blue..
    And I want 300-500mW !!

    But red is for sure only the maxy modules that works
    I LOVE the colour and the quality..
    About that arctros design... The first thing I will do when I have money is to buy 2 more 200mW and place them in a qube as my 2 other modules!
    Then combine the 2x dual beams into 4 beams twist the setup from the qube so all 4 beams go in paralell...
    Then you have a beam that from long distance will look fat and red, but close they is like this ::
    And the red beam is so thin that I dont seems it as a problem to combine 4 of them that will give a output of 800mW !

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    Edit: Got e-mail from Rumzing (dunno if this is CNI? i doupt)

    473nm Blue DPSS laser
    200mw: EUR2250.00
    250mw: EUR2640.00
    300mw: EUR3040.00
    350mw: EUR3490.00
    The price include shipping to you by DHL express.
    We promise all lasers with IR filters, and delivery time.


    Regards,
    Zhang

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