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Thread: 100mw 532nm Lab - ebay ????

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    Default 100mw 532nm Lab - ebay ????

    Hey guys, Can you tell me if this laser is any good, or should i just buy one from dave ?

    Also, Not sure if it had analogue modulation

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...link:middle:uk

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    i would suggest buying from dave. well known, reputable and many people here bought from him. plus a good product.

    i dont like that the unit you linked to didnt have too great of a description. just seems "eh" in my opinion. thats all.

    -Marc

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    Default Daves Lasers

    Yea, I really need analogue modulation, coz i wanna build upto a RGB. There is no point getting a shitty TTL Laser when im going to upgrade it soon enough.

    I was looking at the 100mw 532nm CNI Laser that dave has on offer at the moment.

    http://lasershowparts.com/store/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=36


    It a really good price, but the delivary will push it out of my budget. Unless there is any reductions for being a Photonlexicon member ?

    I really hope so,

    Im currently using a 50mw Green eBay Laser with my ScanPro20's without modulation until my flexmod arrives...

    I really think that my ScanPro20's would really like a nice CNI Laser to go with them. So im going to have to make a purchace.

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    Thumbs up

    I have a 150mW CNI from LSP, measured at 202mW when I first got it.
    Love, peace, and grease,

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    Where can i get a good laser meter, well cheap one atleast ?

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    TTL....hmmm...
    I hired an Italian guy to do my wires. Now they look like spaghetti!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanharrison View Post
    Where can i get a good laser meter, well cheap one atleast ?
    Up to 1 Watt it will be at least 350$
    I hired an Italian guy to do my wires. Now they look like spaghetti!

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    Yeah Hrmmmm, I dont want TTL so i think its best i get that one from dave while its on offer

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    Smile

    You won't be disappointed with a CNI laser. They're just about tops among the Chinese manufacturers. Always making more than rated power, and damn few failures. (In fact, off the top of my head, I can't think of any that have died...)

    Also, the guys at Lasershowparts.com are first rate. They're always ready to help if you've got a problem, and their prices are competitive. They usually test their gear before it ships, too.

    Yeah, shipping is a bit pricey, but that's going to be the same no matter which Chinese laser you buy. Better to get a good one from a reputable dealer. That way you have a reduced chance of it failing in the first place, and if it does die, at least you know that Dave and Aijii stand behind the products they sell.

    Post some pics when you get your laser hooked up! (We're all suckers for pictures...)

    Adam

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    I have gone for the 100mw 532nm 'CNI' Laser Module Woooo!

    Cant wait for it. Its sick of my 50mw ebay laser now, I guess its only about 20mw. Works okay tho. I will post a pic soon

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