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    Default 405nm+532nm Scanning (pics and video)

    so the other night i finally got around to adding some 405nm to my scanner

    i used the new reflect blue (473) 25mm laser wave dichro and mount for mixing

    here are the results-

    ignore the stray green beam on the bottom right corner








    more green



    a little wave fading







    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVrgWewynW0


    hope you enjoy
    -Josh

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    So this is 405nm + 532nm? Do the pics represent what it looks like in real life?
    Interesting!

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    yes the pictures are pretty accurate. the all blue seems to be a little more purple in person but mixed it looks like that teal
    -Josh

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    How many mW of each going on in there?

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    I am totally stoked now!

    That looks awesome!

    James.

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    not sure on either

    the 405nm is set at 150ma and the green is a 500mw laser wave green turned down quite a bit
    -Josh

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    Nice!!

    Would you be up for listing the components (including various optics) and the sources you used for the 405nm? (Or link to a thread if you discussed elsewhere)

    That might be an "almost affordable" way to pump up the blue in my RGB.

    Good work!!
    RR

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    sure thing boss!

    diode- PHR-803t
    module with lense-aixiz
    driver-flex mod1
    dichro-laserwave reflect blue
    heat sink- there are a few different options kinda your choice
    -Josh

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    Cool!
    Were you able to find just the diode, or did you disassemble a DVD sled?

    Thanks, Josh!
    RR

    Metrologic HeNe 3.3mw Modulated laser, 2 Radio Shack motors, and a broken mirror.
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    cheapest way to do it is just find the sleds... anywhere from $18-33 dollars

    some people will also extract the diode for you for a couple extra dollars and even press them in a aixiz module for another 4-5 dollars

    the extracting of the diode is VERY EASY and pressing the diode in a module is also simple as long as you have a vise
    -Josh

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