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Old 03-08-2009, 12:44 AM #1
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Default FS: Direct Diode Heatsinks - The 'Chunk' series

I am proud to announce that the DC Big Chunk and the Tactical Chunk heat 'sinks are available for you're lasing pleasure
The Big Chunk is for the tried and true MXDL host and the Tactical Chunk is for a Dorcy Tactical host, for those looking for something a little less run of the mill
Here is the link to the ordering page, http://danielbriggs.co.uk/laser/index.html

The Chunks are the latest step in the evolution of heat sink technology

These are $ 25.00 each and shipping is $ 2.50 to anywhere in the known universe

Price breaks are available when purchasing multiple Chunks

The design for the Dorcy Jr is in the works, if you have a feature that you would like to see included in the Jr Chunk feel free to contact us with you're ideas.

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Those look nice! The press fit was a good idea, if I ever get around to making a Dorcy laser I'll try one of these out.
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Default Re: DC Big Chunk heat sinks are here !

nice unit guys the dorcy tac fits good heres pic of the finshed laser 6x bluray and vids of the out put

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Default Re: DC Big Chunk heat sinks are here !

The Dorcy build is sweet and powerful. We have affectionatly named it the Blu Ray Dream Package.

The "package" includes 220 Mw blu laser, consisting of the Dorcy host and the hottest 6x 405 diode we could find. This setup is powered by drlava's new V4 drive. The Blu diode is safely housed in a "Big Chunk" 'sink.

Just to be sure that you don't go blind a brand new set of 405 Nm glasses are being suppied by OEM Lasers, check them out here : http://store.oemlasersystems.com/ind...roducts_id=420

The setup is snugly nestled in a custom one off case supplied by K-9, who also assembled this whole package.

If you are interested in joining in the raffle for this Pm me and I will hook you up with all the details. CMD

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Here are a few links to photos of the MXDL 'chunk' in action:







There's nothing better than 100% duty cycles!

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Fantastic! Finally another press fit heatsink design!
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Default Re: DC Big Chunk heat sinks are here !

What i would recomend is bevelling the face of the heatsink to make it look more sleek.
It kinda looks like a block if you ask me...
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*Thats the beauty of this, when we had the idea we put it up in forums and asked laser builders what they wanted. Took the best ideas and this is where we ended up. This is not a set in stone design, we expect to make cosmetic changes based on what you tell us that you want.

The Chunks are lot like building any thing, some times you have to build it before you can fix it !

Everyone who would like to have input on the second production run needs to speak up.
We are gearing up for a Dorcy Jr host that is a press fit and threaded for the lens. What do people like about the Dorcy Jr sinks that you are using ? What do you not like ? What would you change if you could ?
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *Catmandoo *

PS Thanks for the positive comments, looks like this is going to be popular. *Half of the first run is already sold ! *8-)
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What i would recomend is bevelling the face of the heatsink to make it look more sleek.
It kinda looks like a block if you ask me...
Point taken, but at least with these two hosts, they are flush mounting, therefore we concluded that at flat face with a small radius on the edge would be the best solution. But as Greg said, we'll bear this in mind for future runs...

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Default Re: DC Big Chunk heat sinks are here !

We are kicking around ways to upgrade the Chunks. Mechanically they are very sound and border on cooling overkill, but as with anything there is always room for improvement.

What about an anodized Big Chunk for the next production run ?
Blue, red and silver all come to mind, what colors would you like to see in you're host, chillin' you're diodes ?

Still interested hearing about the Dorcy Jr, we can make a 'sink for one no problem.

*Making it user friendly requires input from the users. Does it need more cup holders ? Corinthian leather ? T tops or a sunroof ? Unfortunately we have to draw the line at hydraulics and air suspension but we are considering 22's and some low pro pirrelli's *;D 8-) ;D 8-)
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We are kicking around ways to upgrade the Chunks. Mechanically they are very sound and border on cooling overkill, but as with anything there is always room for improvement.

What about an anodized Big Chunk for the next production run ?
Blue, red and silver all come to mind, what colors would you like to see in you're host, chillin' you're diodes ?

Still interested hearing about the Dorcy Jr, we can make a 'sink for one no problem.

*Making it user friendly requires input from the users. Does it need more cup holders ? Corinthian leather ? T tops or a sunroof ? Unfortunately we have to draw the line at hydraulics and air suspension but we are considering 22's and some low pro pirrelli's *;D 8-) ;D 8-)
Will it shoot missles, too? : ;D
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Default Re: DC Big Chunk heat sinks are here !

That is the 007 Edition, slated to arrive right after the King Ranch series !
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Default Re: DC Big Chunk heat sinks are here !

I FINALLY got the time to build a laser with this wonderful heat sink. *It is very much "the best of both worlds." *It is a great "marriage" of the functionality and versatility of the Jayrob design and the direct "diode to heat sink" design of the Kenom laser host. *It is massive. *It fits into some very well established hosts. *It allows for the direct contact between the diode and the heat sink.

I have to apologize to everyone. *I had the setting on my camera wrong. *Yes. *I still suck at photography *:-[

My first impression of the "MXDL Chunk" was that it is very well machined. *The finish is nice. *The edges are clean, *The fit is precise.

The diode pressed easily into the front portion of the sink. *Not so tight that it was a problem, but definitely a good metal-to-metal contact. *The diode pins are very much exposed on the rear of the sink with the rear "ring" removed. *Soldering the flexdrive directly to the diode was easy and clean. *I pre-set my drivers before attaching them to the diode, but it would be no problem re-adjusting the driver at this point. *The driver is completely exposed now. *

After the driver is attached it is a simple matter to add a bit of thermal past and simply slide the rear portion of the heat sink onto the front portion. *They even supply a small tube of thermal paste for just this purpose! * *The completed heat sink/driver/diode assembly is now ready to be soldered to the power leads from the host and inserted into it. *

With the "MXDL Chunk" the front of the laser assembles just as it does using the Jayrob. *The heat sink fits down into the bell and the front "ring" is screwed down over it. *

The lens nut screwed easily into the front. *The size and depth are comparable to the AixiZ module so the fit is the same. *The result is a clean, professional looking laser.

If you want a heat sink that is the best of both worlds, you cannot go wrong with the new "Big Chunk" line of heat sinks. *I have already ordered a second heat sink from them


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On a related note I made a discovery about the new MXDL host. This has nothing to do with the heat sink, but this is a good place to start spreading the word about the host. The middle section of the MXDL, (the silver portion that makes the battery contact and has the power leads coming out of it), is filled with white silicone. Buried inside that silicone, and inline with the positive lead, is a current-restricting resistor.

In order to use the MXDL, you have to cut the middle of this silicone out, remove the disc, cut the resistor off, and attach a short wire to the "stub" left attached to the battery contact disc. This is not hard nor a problem, but it must be done to use the host with a driver.

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Default Re: DC Big Chunk heat sinks are here !

Thanks for the review Dave, I'm glad you like them! *8-)

If anyone has any feedback on the 'sinks, or would like to see some features or hosts added for the next manufacturing lot, pipe up!

Otherwise, give one a try and get one on order! You don't know what you're missing!*
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