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Thread: Anyone using the LaserGlow Brightline alignment lasers?

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    Default Anyone using the LaserGlow Brightline alignment lasers?

    Considering buying the 80mW Brightline Pro:

    http://www.laserglow.com/index.php?industrial

    (Go to the Pro tab)

    I know the power is not as high as some, but it is 100% duty cycle and the divergence is a cool 0.1mRad.

    Anyway, if anyone is using oen of these, I'd really like to see a pic of the beam spot at around 25 yard. If it's really nicely formed and noise-free, I might pick one up, but if its like my pen laser, well, I'd probably just leave it.

    Thanks all,

    Dean

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    checked the site and its says the div is 1.0 mrad

    unless you looked at someware else on the site ?

    all the best ... Karl

    Edit ...ahhhh yes you did .... just noticed in your post about going to the Pro tab DOH .....

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    "Ultra-Low Divergence: 0.1mrad to 0.3mrad divergence: means that the beam will increase in thickness 0.1-0.3mm for every metre traveled. This depends on the model numbers below."

    I read the same thing!
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    There are 2 tabs on that page, by default it takes you to the cheaper 1.0mRad models. On the Pro tab, the red lasers are 0.3mRad, and the greens are 0.1mRad (full angle, according to my conversation today with them).

    This means that at 25 meters, the 3mm beam should only be 5.5mm wide!

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    hoes would be really good for mixing!
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    i like mixing with hoes too

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    Bad typo!!! I won't try that!
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    Hehe
    I dont do that either. Thats more dangerous than lasers!

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    I can't see anything on that site telling what the beam diameter is, only the divergence. If the diameter is also small those will be cool but if not, it might be better to replace an existing laser's lens with a longer focal length lens to enlarge the beam to gain finer divergence.

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    The beam diameter is 3mm (they told me this over the phone).

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