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    big thanks mate for dueling my reds

    if we had not have had a meet i would not have met rob, all hail the meet!!!!!!! LOL

    gona play later


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    i think the holes you drilled were made for me rob!!!




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    hehehe nice - if unconventional

    if you have any probs adjusting give me a call

    and ignore my question in the other post

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    nope its easy to adjust thanks
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    Nice 1 - that was the idea

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    nice little setup there Andy con, must look good when turned on, them units do around 200mw each dont they, are you loosing much through the cube. Nice job Rob

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    200mw per diode, not really tested, as im waiting for my blue and green to arrive, before i put them in my scanner
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    Thanks - its based on my own dual setup which can be seen here http://photonlexicon.com/gallery/album72 though with Andy's I have learnt a little which means I may rip mine out and re jig it - for a few more photons.

    The main thing I have found - as mentioned in a recent post somewhere is that if you angle the cube some - as you see in Andys pix - it not only minimises risk of back reflection from the cube into the sraight through laser, you can make a huge difference to how much light is lost from that same laser. I adjusted the angle of that cube by rotating its little mount and seeing how much light escaped onto a piece of white paper. I stopped as that lost light reaches its low ebb. Then pointed the second beam at the cube to hit it full on - no leaks off the side - and then it just gets tweaked in by the adjusting screws.

    So although mine are doing well and the cube has a little squint on it I recon I can improve so maybe later in Dec. I will redo it - hopefully it wont need a re-work but rather a few small adjustments.

    Rob
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