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Old 07-21-2012, 03:56 AM #1
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Anyone know of another place to purchase these kinds of beam combiners?

Quad Beam Combiner ELITE | Micro Laser Labs

This one combines the output of 4 separate laser diodes into one beam.



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Not as a complete package. That particular one hasn't been sold for years.

You can buy knife-edge mirror mounts that are functionally similar to the mounts in red from Lasever for $20 each or so; they also have the polarized beam-combiner cube that would normally be attached to the top knife-edge mount. Then buy some heatsinks for the diodes (these 12mm CNC shaft supports might work too), and a metal plate to mount to. It's more work, but will work the same with some tuning.
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thanks for your reply!!! I'll check it out!


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You can buy knife-edge mirror mounts that are functionally similar to the mounts in red from Lasever for $20 each or so; they also have the polarized beam-combiner cube that would normally be attached to the top knife-edge mount. Then buy some heatsinks for the diodes (these 12mm CNC shaft supports might work too), and a metal plate to mount to. It's more work, but will work the same with some tuning.
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Have you ever built anything like this?


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You can buy knife-edge mirror mounts that are functionally similar to the mounts in red from Lasever for $20 each or so; they also have the polarized beam-combiner cube that would normally be attached to the top knife-edge mount. Then buy some heatsinks for the diodes (these 12mm CNC shaft supports might work too), and a metal plate to mount to. It's more work, but will work the same with some tuning.
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Default Re: Beam Combiner

No, or at least it's not complete. Andycon has built some beam combiners using knife-edging though.
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I'm also trying to combine 2 or 3 beams, whatever will fit best in a 1 inch diameter host. I was doing some research and thought maybe a plano-concave lens from thor Labs might do the trick; but not sure.
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