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    Default 8W RGB and New Modules. New Company: AtenLaser

    Hi Everybody,

    Well…we have finished to setup our laser company AtenLaser. This is a young company recently created by enthusiasts Physics (like me) and Engineers, with an essential common point…We love lasers!
    All our high quality products are designed, developed and manufactured in Barcelona by AtenLaser (European technology), and we strive every day on developing the best laser products in the market.

    Here are our latest modules, which include Cyindrical correction & Thorlabs Spatial Filtering. This is simply the best beam quality and nice spot available in multimode laser modules.
    We are excited about this project and we have worked hard to realise it. Hope we’ll have a bit of support from PL and AtenLaser will be a more known brand soon.

    We are proud to present our 8W RGB Beam Path:
    http://atenlaser.com/shop/index.php?...roller=product

    our modules:
    http://atenlaser.com

    3W 638nm Power test:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4n44EyMwin0

    more power tests:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCk...01preyVCI6OANQ

    Just send email to
    info @ atenlaser.com or pm me

    Many thanks!!

    Jordi
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    Quote Originally Posted by jors View Post
    Hi Everybody,

    Well…we have finished setup our laser company AtenLaser. This is a young company recently created by enthusiasts Physics (like me) and Engineers, with an essential common point…We love lasers!
    All our high quality products are designed, developed and manufactured in Barcelona by AtenLaser (European technology), and we strive every day on developing the best laser products in the market.

    Here are our latest modules, which include Cyindrical correction & Thorlabs Spatial Filtering. This is simply the best beam quality and nice spot available in multimode laser modules.
    We are excited about this project and we have worked hard to realise it. Hope we’ll have a bit of support from PL and AtenLaser will be a more known brand soon.

    We are proud to present our 8W RGB Beam Path:
    http://atenlaser.com/shop/en/rgb-las...0-scanner.html

    our modules:
    http://atenlaser.com/shop/en/

    3W 638nm Power test:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4n44EyMwin0

    more power tests:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCk...01preyVCI6OANQ

    We also apply discounts on PL users…just send email to
    info@atenlaser.com or pm me

    Many thanks!!

    Jordi
    Atenlaser.
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    those are beautiful modules. can you post some far field shots?
    suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.

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    Felicidades Congratulations !
    Brilliant products...great webpage !
    Cheers

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    Congrats for your new company, laser modules looks beautiful! Nice to see spacial filtering for commercial modules

    Keep up the good work!

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    Many thanks guys for your kind words
    Swami: today we have shot some beam spots, hope it helps to have an idea of improved beam profile. Thanks!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jors View Post
    Many thanks guys for your kind words
    Swami: today we have shot some beam spots, hope it helps to have an idea of improved beam profile. Thanks!!!
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    those are so beautiful! well done.
    suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jors View Post
    Many thanks guys for your kind words
    Swami: today we have shot some beam spots, hope it helps to have an idea of improved beam profile. Thanks!!!
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    And that, boys and girls, is how it's done! Awesome work. Finally, some quality projectors with fantastic power/beam profile.
    Those who fail to grasp art are the ones who criticize it.

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    Thanks to all!! we are very happy for your comments

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    These are really nice. But I think the prices are a bit high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drm916 View Post
    These are really nice. But I think the prices are a bit high.
    That sort of depends on who you're marketing to. These do strike me a bit as being "middle of the road" in terms of market. They're probably too expensive for the average hobbyist/PL 'er and yet, not necessarily powerful enough or the wrong source for the pro's that are all using 20-30 watt with OPSL. I'm not sure who the middle ground is. They look great and that's a lot of work to put together so the price is probably fair for the R&D and work involved.
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