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So I've officially read the crap out of the stickies and I have a pretty good grip on general forum etiquette so I'm looking forward to talking with you guys, getting to know you all a bit and discussing my first build. I AM A NOOB with lasers, but I have great learning skills and a fair amount of common sense (so I think).

I've owned a few 5mW 532nm lasers and one advertised at 100mW. However these have only been experimental cheapo's from china.

Ill be starting my first build as parts begin to arrive. I'm doing a simple C6 build. I've purchased the host from DX and the heat sink is coming from Survival Lasts. I'm going with a 2W 445nm diode set in the 12x30mm module which I bought from our friend DTR. I should have bought a better driver but I made the mistake of buying one from china so I'll give it a shot. It's a boost driver that runs @ 1.5A-1.8A (2.5A max) out with 3.7V-4.2V coming in. I planned on using a single Sanyo 18650.
My first challenge is going to be figuring out the dummy load and setting the amperage for my diode (which is completely foreign to me), I've done some reading on it already so things are starting to click but I have a ways to go.

That's pretty much where I'm at so I'm sure I'll be seeking advice as things begin smoking and whatnot. That will have to do for a quick introduction for now. Any questions or comments feel free to pm me or whatever. I look forward to hearing from you guys and checking out more of your builds.




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Hello TJ welcome to LPF, the C6 has very little space inside, you must be careful to use the right parts and to keep your wires short. That driver from China is a laser driver and not an LED flashlight driver right? And it is a 16.8mm round driver that doubles as a battery contact board right? If it's not a round driver, then assuming it's small enough to fit, you will need to use the drilled pill for the C6 not the standard pill and you will need a separate battery contact board. Hopefully you already know this or if not it will help when you find something doesn't fit.

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In case it slipped by in the great deluge of info, you should get some laser safety glasses, so that you don't accidentally ricochet a laser beam into your eye off something shiny, etc.

The laser protection is by WAVELENGTH, so, you end up needing more than one pair, to cover the lasers you have.

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I've not seen you talk about goggles yet, so I really recommend you getting a pair at Survival Lasers if you haven't already. 2W will definitely blind you if you aren't careful!
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In case it slipped by in the great deluge of info, you should get some laser safety glasses, so that you don't accidentally ricochet a laser beam into your eye off something shiny, etc.

The laser protection is by WAVELENGTH, so, you end up needing more than one pair, to cover the lasers you have.

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Ya I suppose I did forget to mention the MOST important part haha. Just got excited talking about the build. The pair I have ordered is the Eagle Pair® 190-540nm & 900-1700nm from SL. This pair will cover my new build plus my 1mW 532nm 301 style laser from china. I also bought some cheaper pairs off of Ebay for guests to use on occasion. If I could afford 4 pairs of the Eagles then that's what I would have bought but one step at a time.

Thanks for the concern. I will say that safety can't be covered enough

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I've not seen you talk about goggles yet, so I really recommend you getting a pair at Survival Lasers if you haven't already. 2W will definitely blind you if you aren't careful!
Thank you as well. You guys seem to take care of one another on here. My safety glasses will arrive a while before the final components for my build. 2W is WAY more than I want to take a chance with! I love my eyeballs...

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Hello TJ welcome to LPF, the C6 has very little space inside, you must be careful to use the right parts and to keep your wires short. That driver from China is a laser driver and not an LED flashlight driver right? And it is a 16.8mm round driver that doubles as a battery contact board right? If it's not a round driver, then assuming it's small enough to fit, you will need to use the drilled pill for the C6 not the standard pill and you will need a separate battery contact board. Hopefully you already know this or if not it will help when you find something doesn't fit.

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Thanks for taking the time to read through my introduction. The driver that I ordered IS meant for a laser and not an LED. I ordered the 16.8mm round type so I can just press it into the brass ring that will accompany my host. It's a boost driver because I wanted to stick with the single Sanyo 18650 that I already have which is compatible with the C6 host I ordered. I have PMed Jufran88 about his DIY 3A test load kits in order to properly set the driver at 1.8A. So hopefully he gets back to me soon so I can get that on its way.

You seem to know a thing or two about this stuff so I will keep you in mind for if I run into any problems. Any other concerns, please feel free to voice them to me because I would love nothing more than to address any problems before I have to learn the hard way. Hopefully I get the opportunity to learn some of what you have to teach

DTR has already helped me a ton through meeting him on Ebay. He gave me some pretty priceless information already to which I'm super grateful. Thanks DTR!!!
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Welcome to LPF! Enjoy the hobby responsibly. As you get more experience you will learn what the real power of these photons can do. Be careful and read as much as you can.
Thank you! I am really excited to learn everything I can about this hobby. I will do just as you said and read read read. This is way better than collecting stamps

As a side note, I think it's a fact that lasers are addicting. More, different, bigger, better.
So that being said, do you guys who have a history of lasers notice if that excitement continues and grows as you anticipate your next builds? Or do any of you feel like there is the typical honeymoon stage and feel like you've settled back down after a few builds?
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