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Old 11-04-2008, 11:38 PM #1
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Hello,

For sale is a 120mW bluray laser.
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Dr Lava's variable power flexdrive set at 130 mA's which produces 120 mW's of power verified by LaserBee I
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The connections are very solid using silver based solder. Each connection is covered in heat shrink tubing to include the flexdrive. A rubber O ring is between the heatsink and laser head to provide some shock protection. The laser is very solid and the only con is I drilled the hole for the Aixiz module in the heatsink a little bit larger then it needed to be. I added a small bit of Artic Silver compound to fill the gap. However, the module is not loose because there is a 1.5 mm set screw holding it tightly in place.

I'm asking $120 USD plus shipping, PM me with offers.
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Not sure if you mistyped or there's something I'm missing... but the Aixiz glass lenses are 650nm coated and NOT good for use with 405nm.
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Heres what the previous owner said.

I thought about that after putting the diode in the glass module. But I think the threads are different, it seems the glass lens has finer threads then the acrylic. So I didn't want to take a chance by stripping the acrylics lens. Also before creating the laser, I had both types of modules disassembled and when I went to put them back together it seemed like I could only get the glass lens with the metal body to fit in the case it came with.
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Heres what the previous owner said.

I thought about that after putting the diode in the glass module. *But I think the threads are different, it seems the glass lens has finer threads then the acrylic. *So I didn't want to take a chance by stripping the acrylics lens. *Also before creating the laser, I had both types of modules disassembled and when I went to put them back together it seemed like I could only get the glass lens with the metal body to fit in the case it came with.
He/she is wrong. The threads are the same. The AixiZ glass lens cuts down the output of the 405nm diode

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so does that mean that if he were to replace the glass lens with an acrylic the output of the laser would be higher?
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[quote author=FreshlyCutFries link=1225845537/0#2 date=1225849169]Heres what the previous owner said.

I thought about that after putting the diode in the glass module. *But I think the threads are different, it seems the glass lens has finer threads then the acrylic. *So I didn't want to take a chance by stripping the acrylics lens. *Also before creating the laser, I had both types of modules disassembled and when I went to put them back together it seemed like I could only get the glass lens with the metal body to fit in the case it came with.
He/she is wrong. *The threads are the same. *The AixiZ glass lens cuts down the output of the 405nm diode

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Call me crazy ...but I could not get the acrylic lens to screw into the glass lens body. At one time I had 4 modules (3 acrylic, 1 glass) all with the focusing rings separated from the housings. The glass lens would only fit back into its original module :-/ So if you had a spare acrylic lens module then yes just swap it out and you should achieve about 8-10% more power output from what I have read
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Call me crazy ...but I could not get the acrylic lens to screw into the glass lens body. *At one time I had 4 modules (3 acrylic, 1 glass) all with the focusing rings separated from the housings. *The glass lens would only fit back into its original module :-/ * *So if you had a spare acrylic lens module then yes just swap it out and you should achieve about 8-10% more power output from what I have read

The plastic lens nut is easy to get cross-threaded.

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