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    Default Finally, looks like a 488 argon laser!

    I mixed Bridge's LaserWave 473 and Mike's 532 Lasever (100/80) and it's the beautiful turquoise/aqua laser I've been craving.. I'm soooo happppyyy.. now to just get some scanning into place.. ( the red 636 is still in develop stage)... Steve's G124s are also in develop... but close...
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    Nice working , Steve.
    wish to see your RGB projector ASAP.
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    Bridge
    P.s: look like 80mW blue is brightness than 100mW green, .
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    Thanks Bridge,
    Yeah the brightnesses to the eye look pretty well matched.

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    Nice work Steve ! Can't wait to see it a full RGB with your red units....keep up the good work!
    You are the only one that can make your dreams come true....and the only one that can stop them...A.M. Dietrich

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    Thanks Mike, and congrats on building the world's 1st RGB pointer!.
    Yeah, the LE 532 I got from you is working great too! Thanks!
    Well, while were on the topic of stuff...

    I got the G-124s hooked up to an amp and running at 1.5Hz to test movement-- one of them makes a 'clicking' (resonant spring-noise) and the other one is silent and working good.
    Both have identical sine waves going to them. Any ideas? (I hope I didnt f 'em up when I loosened and re-tightened the shaft screws)...heh ..
    Ah, the red units, yeah well I got one more to build and presently hung-up on a peltier dilemma ..use it or not..
    They don't really get warm but ... they're built into the Melles-Griot modules..
    Last edited by steve-o; 05-25-2008 at 17:46.

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