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    Default Maxyzmodules 225mW RED module

    Decided a new thread was in order for the higher power

    For Sale:
    As seen on ebay and on this site !!!
    Maxyzmodules RED 660nm 225mW laser module

    As of : May 11 2007 (updated EUR)

    for Photolexicon members ..
    269.95USD or 199.36EUR each --
    Shipping is 15USD for USA and Canada
    25USd or 18.47EUR for International orders
    284.95USD Total for USA or 294.95USD (217.82EUR) total for International

    That's 539.90USD for a Pair ...(398.72EUR)
    Same price shipping...Limited time offer ...
    They come Analog modulation...Altho , You can use the analog units in TTL configuration.
    These will include the new driver board with full blanking to well over 30khz. (useful to at least 100khz)

    Also included FREE is a 9volt wallwart power supply (while supply lasts)

    If you need a mounting plate, We offer them at 15USD each
    These are for mounting of a single unit.

    If you need a dual mounting plate for combining a pair 45USD each.
    ..set-up and predrilled for mounting of a MM-1 or equivalent mirror mount and a MM-1 /BS or equivalent like the one pictured in below.

    still have a few for you guys that want to roll your own:
    Laser-Line BS cube mounted to MM1 or KMS is 235.00USD or 173.76EUR
    Laser-Line mirror mounted to MM1 or KMS is 65.00USD or 48.01EUR


    Grab a couple and find a Beamsplitter or Pol Cube and combine them
    for more power... I get over 430mW out of my setup real fast.
    If you buy 2 , I will set one of them up Opposite polarity for easier combining!!!


    If you buy the whole set-up its 805USD plus 20USD in USA/Canada , 825USD total
    or 595.20EUR plus 22.16EUR international shipping , 617.36EUR total

    Each unit is handcrafted. therefore.. great care is put in each unit before they leave..
    The power is doublechecked with a Melles Griot and Scientech broadband power meters.
    All parts are NEW .. except the heat sink which is black anodised
    However , We have just started to paint them with a special FLAT BLACK paint.
    The beam diameter is less than 2.5mm (always) mostly around 2.2mm
    and divergence less than 1.0mR. Typically .8mR.

    Only a few complete set-ups left till we get more mounts..so hurry !!!
    Oh and dont forget, if paying by PAYPAL please add the 4percent they charge for their cut
    Thats about 31.40USD or 23.19EUR for the duals.

    Some of these pictures are old.. I will get some new ones up soon.
    The combined plate has been redesigned slightly so no holes are covered and are spaced correctly.
    Still using 3/8" holes spaced 5" each way on the plates.

    The diodes are NOT the small 100mW DVD diodes...!!!
    And we thank everyone who has bought these...enjoy

    Please PM me for more info
    Thanks
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    Last edited by marconi; 05-11-2007 at 16:06. Reason: because I felt like it !
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    Where have you been buying that heatsink? Or do you make it?
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    No, This is the one thing we dont make ourselves.

    I can tell you we buy them in bulk, just cant say where..
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    Could I buy one from you?
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    Hi Ben.,
    We dont normally sell them outright as everyone of them
    is accounted for. Plus we have done machine work on them already, money spent.
    But you could find similar ones on ebay
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    The heatinks/ housings are nice. Very distinctive. They are not new?
    Previous life somewhere? Military surplus?
    I think you got us all curious, but i digresss

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve-o View Post
    The heatinks/ housings are nice. Very distinctive. They are not new?
    Previous life somewhere? Military surplus?
    I think you got us all curious, but i digresss
    I bet they were resistors at some time. 20W maybe? I blew apart one 10W resistor that was in a brass housing once and used the casing for as a switch for another product. Worked great!

    David

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    Yeah they remind me of the gold colored Dale power resistors but even the 50W is alot smaller. Maybe a 200Watt ??

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    LOL!!! That's where I've seen them! I have some 1000W aluminum heat sinked resisters out in the garage!

    Edit: like these ones:http://cgi.ebay.com/6-DALE-RH-250-Po...QQcmdZViewItem
    Last edited by Laser Ben; 04-30-2007 at 18:46.
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    Yeah that's them

    Edit:
    Sorry Chuck for going out on a tangent on your new post :[
    Very nice! 225mW (my new one's running over 230 I am really enjoying the dual setup alot! Great beam quality. Even with my home-brew mounts:/
    Thanks from all of us (I'm sure) for the great perks for us PL members.
    Last edited by steve-o; 05-01-2007 at 04:44.

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