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    This would go nicely with 250mW of Argon.


    -Jonathan

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    UPDATE

    Okay, I got the Kapton tape in and isolated my diodes. Now the whole module can be grounded with no problems. Also, I have the TEC running with no controller, just straight 5V without current limiting. I do have to use forced air on the tiny heatsink to get the module cold eenough but the best part is it's ROCK STABLE! It'll float at 500mW +/-2mW all day. I imagine with modulation It will do around 530-550mW. The beam is nice and tight too. I'll break out the tripod this week and get some beam pics.



    Nice and cool!



    Power output at startup...


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    This is a Nice piece of equipment.
    Quote Originally Posted by 300EVIL View Post
    UPDATE!




    IT'S ALIVE!







    I even installed a HUGE 40mm TEC.




    My goal was 500mW. It easily does that and then some. (See 532mW)

    Not finished yet though. Still needs the diode modules isolated and the TEC controller installed. I'm hoping to get a stable 500mW out of it using the TEC cooling.
    God Bless.

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    This is one of the better ones i have seen on PL. The quality looks great and its nice and compact. Well done!!!!!!

    Maybe a slightly longer version of the L- bracket, kniveedging (instead of a pbs cube and

    a prism pair in front of it would be an awsome blue!!

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    Why so big?

    Andreas
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails CombinerSmall.jpg  


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    Very nice builds both of them but let's not go to "mine is smaller than yours" territory once again!
    Funny, lasers are among the few subjects that makes guys say this...

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    300EVIL : ) that exit diameter and divergence in the dual module,
    MI COLECCION LASER

    -532nm - >650mw
    -658nm - >900mw
    -473nm - >140mw
    -445nm - >1000mw
    -405nm - >140mw

    pangolin Quickshow

    laser meccla RGB 3W 50k

    MI CANAL -- http://www.youtube.com/user/NEEXMOO --

    MI WEB -- http://www.forolinternasled.com --

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    Quote Originally Posted by andythemechanic View Post
    Why so big?

    Andreas
    damn thats tiny andreas! respect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 300EVIL View Post







    Bump... Adam, can you spell out how you attached the Lasorb to the diode? I can't figure it out and can't seem to find a better picture than your pictures above... and I can't make sense of those pics...

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    Bump... Adam, can you spell out how you attached the Lasorb to the diode? I can't figure it out and can't seem to find a better picture than your pictures above... and I can't make sense of those pics...
    One word.... Solder.... Not a lot, and very fine. It was a bitch getting in there with a fine tip since I lengthened the heat dissipation surface area. Thus, LaserBugs were invented. Any particular reason you'd want to do this over LaserBug's? I got some here for ya....

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