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    Default Seattle, WA

    Greetings fellow beam nerds.

    I'm searching for somebody in or close to Seattle that might have shop space, or some other spot where I can set up my copper vapor laser for a few days to accomplish a few things. I'm in the process of paring down the 'things' in my life as I prepare for an upcoming move to Europe. Unfortunately, the CV laser has to go, but not before I enjoy a few more nights basking in the glow of lasing copper bromide. I'd like to set it up, and take some pictures of it in action. Then, depending on available time, I'd like to use it as a central piece for a photographic project that I'm working on with another friend. Any body out there with available space and the time to hang out, talk lasers and see a 6watt CV in action?

    -Robin

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    I'm in marysville and I could probably accomidate. What sort of power does it need? I have a garage we could set it up in, if it would fit.

    I got the time, and hopefully enough space, and would LOVE to see it in action as I'm going to attempt a helium/selenium build in the near future!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GooeyGus View Post
    I'm going to attempt a helium/selenium build in the near future!!
    What wavelength(s) does that output?
    Thanks!
    Adam

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    Quote Originally Posted by 300EVIL View Post
    What wavelength(s) does that output?
    Thanks!
    Adam
    I think it's 24 different lines throughout the visible spectrum

    Full color! and doesn't need as much of a heater as the Cu vapor lasers do

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    Quote Originally Posted by GooeyGus View Post
    I think it's 24 different lines throughout the visible spectrum

    Full color! and doesn't need as much of a heater as the Cu vapor lasers do
    Huh.. That's pretty cool. Gonna have to look into that one myself.
    Thanks!
    Adam

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