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Old 08-01-2012, 12:48 PM #1
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Default M-DISC diodes anyone?

Has anyone here experimented with M-disc diodes yet?
Does anyone know any specifications on wavelength, power, etc.?

I did a search here for "m-disc" - came up empty.

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Default Re: M-DISC diodes anyone?

Looks like you can only burn them on Bluray burners from LG. 6x and 12x 405nm diodes would be my guess.
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Really interesting thanks for the link. Found this too; not about diodes and lasers though, but about whether theyll really take off...The M-Disc - Durable But Possibly Doomed
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Default Re: M-DISC diodes anyone?

Storage media tends to change every ten years on average anyway. And we migrate our data to the new format. Unless you're in the time-capsule business, there's absolutely no need for 1000 year longevity.
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Default Re: M-DISC diodes anyone?

where can i get a diode laser that powerful. i could see a small portable cnc machine for etching granite or other hard stone
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