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Thread: PBS Cubes - 650nm and 473nm

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    Default PBS Cubes - 650nm and 473nm

    Hi Everyone,

    I have been talking to a couple of forum regulars about a group buy for PBS cubes. The cubes are from Bridge and the 650nm has been tested by Victor (VaThInK) and performed very well, suitable for use with 633 - 660nm lasers. It is fair to assume that the 473nm ones have a similar bandwidth. See here for some background -
    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2489&highlight=pbs

    They are 15mm x 15mm x 15mm and there are two types - centered on 650nm and 473nm respectively. The price should be around $30 each plus shipping, which won't be a great deal extra per cube. We need to order 50 of each type.

    650s will be much more popular but at this price I'm sure everyone with an RGB laser can see the benefit in getting at least one 473nm cube to allow easy upping of blue power in future! OK, sales isn't my forte but I tried!

    Please can you add your member name and requirements to the list below. Please only put your name down if you definitely want the number you ask for, as this really needs to be binding. Pulling out at the last minute will probably ruin it for everyone...

    Argeebee - 3x650 3x473
    VaThInk - 2x650 1x473
    Andy Con - 3x650 ?x473
    P1t8ull - 6x550 1x473

    Total so far - 14x650 5x473


    Best regards, Dan.

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    650 for me only thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    650 for me only thanks
    Thanks for confirming, so that's -

    Argeebee - 3x650 3x473
    VaThInk - 2x650 1x473
    Andy Con - 3x650 0x473
    P1t8ull - 6x550 1x473

    Total so far - 14x650 5x473

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    Quote Originally Posted by argeebee View Post
    P1t8ull - 6x550 1x473
    I hate being different, and would prefer 650nm if poss

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    Cool Great price! I'll get in on this...

    Put me down for 2 of the 650 nm cubes and 1 of the 473 nm cubes please.

    Adam

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    Quote Originally Posted by p1t8ull View Post
    I hate being different, and would prefer 650nm if poss

    Oops, sorry p1t8ull!

    So the total is now, including Buffo's is -

    Argeebee - 3x650 3x473
    VaThInk - 2x650 1x473
    Andy Con - 3x650 0x473
    P1t8ull - 6x650 1x473
    Buffo - 2x650 1x473

    Total so far - 16x650 6x473

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    I'll take one of each!
    CLICKY!!!

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    Thanks Ben

    Argeebee - 3x650 3x473
    VaThInk - 2x650 1x473
    Andy Con - 3x650 0x473
    P1t8ull - 6x650 1x473
    Buffo - 2x650 1x473
    Laser Ben 1x650 1x473

    Total so far - 17x650 7x473

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    1 650 on me! ;D

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    Ill have 2 of each - if we make the 50 of each type what is the cost gonna turn out overall?

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