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http://stores.ebay.com/Snoc-Electronics

Looks like they've recently released red C-mounts. Too bad the price is a bit high though...


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Default Re: C-mount 635nm diodes

It would be expensive for a 500mW 635, no matter where you get it. If someone is willing to invest they could probably make a pretty good 635 module actually.

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Multi-mode I'm guessing. Won't have very good beam specs.

Also, I know were to get them for less.

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&quot;reserve not met&quot; The last few went for around $200 if I remember correctly.
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No. The cheapest ones went for $50. http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAP...edbackAsSeller
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But those are 200mW, the one in the first link is 500mW.


I've been waiting for so long to find a 0.5W 635 c-mount for less than $300.
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Never gonna happen.
But that 300mW looks good. Only $280. (the one in snoctony's store)
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Group buy direct from manufacturer? http://www.plttechnology.com/635nm_laser_diode.htm
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wow, those guys have a great selection of high power diodes. we should try to contact them about a group buy, good idea[/quote]

There multi-mode diodes so there beam specs won't be very good. :P

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[quote author=thebucketmouse link=1226437050/0#7 date=1226958454][quote author=simplysped2 link=1226437050/0#6 date=1226954171]Group buy direct from manufacturer? http://www.plttechnology.com/635nm_laser_diode.htm
wow, those guys have a great selection of high power diodes. we should try to contact them about a group buy, good idea[/quote]

There multi-mode diodes so there beam specs won't be very good. :P

--hydro15[/quote]

I am aware... I happen to like multimode diodes.

I would definitely (that is how definitely is spelled correctly, not defiantly- that has a completely different meaning- many people make that spelling error...) be in on a group buy.

However, according to the description in the PLT PDF, the diode is C-mount, but the picture shows a TO-3 diode...
Edit: I see that it's that way for all the PDFs on their site... so nevermind...
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[quote author=hydrogenman15 link=1226437050/0#8 date=1226965235][quote author=thebucketmouse link=1226437050/0#7 date=1226958454][quote author=simplysped2 link=1226437050/0#6 date=1226954171]Group buy direct from manufacturer? http://www.plttechnology.com/635nm_laser_diode.htm
wow, those guys have a great selection of high power diodes. we should try to contact them about a group buy, good idea[/quote]

There multi-mode diodes so there beam specs won't be very good. :P

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I am aware... I happen to like multimode diodes.

I would definitely (that is how definitely is spelled correctly, not defiantly- that has a completely different meaning- many people make that spelling error...) be in on a group buy.

However, according to the description in the PLT PDF, the diode is C-mount, but the picture shows a TO-3 diode...
Edit: I see that it's that way for all the PDFs on their site... so nevermind...[/quote]

Where did the whole definitely thing come from. :-/ If you like multi mode diodes then you'll like them. I'm not sure if you could give it
acceptable divergence though.

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Show me a single mode class IV 635nm diode and I'll show you something you'll never be able to afford.
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wow, those guys have a great selection of high power diodes. we should try to contact them about a group buy, good idea[/quote]

There multi-mode diodes so there beam specs won't be very good. :P

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I am aware... I happen to like multimode diodes.

I would definitely (that is how definitely is spelled correctly, not defiantly- that has a completely different meaning- many people make that spelling error...) be in on a group buy.

However, according to the description in the PLT PDF, the diode is C-mount, but the picture shows a TO-3 diode...
Edit: I see that it's that way for all the PDFs on their site... so nevermind...[/quote]

Where did the whole definitely thing come from. :-/ If you like multi mode diodes then you'll like them. I'm not sure if you could give it
acceptable divergence though.

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Ha! The &quot;definitely&quot; thing wasn't directed toward any one person, just something I was randomly reminded of when I used the word.

Well, when I finally manage to acquire one of these diodes, divergence will be the last thing I'm worried about. I couldn't care less about the square beam profile or huge divergence as long as I can burn cardboard with a half watt of 635 while everyone else is popping balloons with 200mW of 650.
;D


But seriously, I really want one of these diodes, and a group buy would be amazing!

Oh, and snoctony also has 1W 650 diodes for a little less than $500.
http://cgi.ebay.com/1000mw-650nm-las...742.m153.l1262

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How do you find a collimator and a heatsink for a C-mount?
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I've not come across a mount for a C-mount diode, so I don't think they're very common.
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I just got a call from a guy with a swedish accent. I tried to jot down all of the laser jargon but it's tough for a noob like me

Here is what he pretty much said
x-y is on these lasers are extreme, large beam, can be brought down to 8x8, addition cost. SCA lense = micro lense, 42 degree to 8 degrees, + 75$ per unit.

9mm package is what we need, c-mount is not for hobbiests.

He's going to get me some prices. This is worth looking into further?

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