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Old 03-29-2009, 03:52 PM   #1
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Default Selling out. Sick of the bs.

Due to health reasons I am quitting the laser/technology hobby for good. I will be selling it out at a live auction. Come to Milwaukee Wisconsin in May if you want any of my laser stuff. Details will be posted here.

I find it interesting that many people bought my stuff under one name and resell it on eBay, than trash me using another names.

The way i see it I will sell at open auction, live, and then you will be able to decide what to bid on and fight over it. I have a lot of very unique items available, but you will have to come over and buy them in person. Soon laser toys or other stuff won't matter anymore to me anyway.
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I definitely would wanna build a c-mount, but i have not a clue as to how to do it.
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"Red 1 Watt 9mm 635nm $150.00 each w/colimator assembly $250.00, with nice TEC cooled collimator assy (custom build), $300 each"

So for $300 we can have a watt of 635nm and all we would have to do is supply the driver for the TEC and the diode as well as a power source? Do these come with a spec sheet so we can have an idea what to feed them?
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Thanks for compiling all this stuff into one spot, you'll definitely be getting more business from me *8-)

Edit: I'm interested in your electronic/laser mystery box, but $45 is a bit much considering there's no mention of what's in it. Would you provide any kind of details or "guaranteed at least _____" kind of info?
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My tax return check is in the mail! You'll be hearing from me again soon.. Very nice lineup here.
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What sort of lense is needed to focus a c-mount?
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So you could use an eixiz lense, but it would be hard to mount it on?
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"Red 1 Watt 9mm 635nm $150.00 each w/colimator assembly $250.00, with nice TEC cooled collimator assy (custom build), $300 each"

So for $300 we can have a watt of 635nm and all we would have to do is supply the driver for the TEC and the diode as well as a power source? Do these come with a spec sheet so we can have an idea what to feed them?
Yes you read it correct, a watt of 635nm with tec and required lenses for only $300 delivered! All you need is to feed it 1-2 amps to the laser diode and a similar current to the TEC. Then adjust the cylinder lens to get the best beam divergance
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Yes it's really an orange laser! I have 1 that produces about 1/2W one that produces over 300mW and one that produces about 125mw.

It clocked in at 622nm on my monochromater with a TEC cooling it to 10 deg C. You can get it below zero if you are willing to seal it inside a dry box with an optical window and get the wavelength down even more. The lambda shift of these lasers in lasing wavelength VS temperature is INSANE like about 0.3nm/degC!

The TEC is absolutely required for it to run properly, but you can run the laser and TEC in series to simplify things for portable applications if a specific wavelength isn't needed.
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Yes it's really an orange laser! I have 1 that produces about 1/2W one that produces over 300mW and one that produces about 125mw.

It clocked in at 622nm on my monochromater with a TEC cooling it to 10 deg C. You can get it below zero if you are willing to seal it inside a dry box with an optical window and get the wavelength down even more. The lambda shift of these lasers in lasing wavelength VS temperature is INSANE like about 0.3nm/degC!

The TEC is absolutely required for it to run properly, but you can run the laser and TEC in series to simplify things for portable applications if a specific wavelength isn't needed.[/quote]

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Yeah, so like he said, what exactly is in this "electronic mystery box"?
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Surprise box will have everything from milspec semiconductors and hardware to laser diodes, these WILL NOT DISAPPOINT YOU!
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Hey Chris, please PM me about the 622 nm lasers, Thanks! -Glenn
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Sent Pm about 635nm diodes.

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Also sent PM about the diodes, haven't heard anything back yet either.


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Sweet

I'd like to know operating specs for these items:

9mm 904-915nm CW laser diodes $50.00 lot of 2

9mm 808nm 2W laser diode


Also, are the orange laser diodes 5.6mm cans?
How about $50 for the 125mW one? :


Can I have a sample of the gold solder?
I use 14k gold solder for most of my lasers, and I would like to try this out if you don't mind
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Indium Tin foil type solder 137 deg C MP $5.00 an inch long strip, also have pure indium and indium 3% Silver for the same price. Pure indium is an excellent thermal gasket material as well as solder that can solder metal to glass! Quantity discount available on this one!

80% gold 20% tin high end eutectic solder, Mp 280 degC $25.00 a gram- quantity discount available on this one too! Selling it at essentially the cost of the GOLD in it, normally this stuff sells for 3-5x the gold cost! This one can solder stuff without using a flux, solder ceramics to metal and other such "fun" applications. It also could be used in most hallmarkable jewelery repair since it is about 19Kt gold.


Whats the advantige of using these solders over plain lead and tin solder, I don't understand.


Also how long is 1 gram of that gold solder, I measured my solder and it was 25".

How thick is the solder? 1mm, 2mm how thick?
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Indium Tin foil type solder 137 deg C MP $5.00 an inch long strip, also have pure indium and indium 3% Silver for the same price. Pure indium is an excellent thermal gasket material as well as solder that can solder metal to glass! Quantity discount available on this one!

80% gold 20% tin high end eutectic solder, Mp 280 degC $25.00 a gram- quantity discount available on this one too! Selling it at essentially the cost of the GOLD in it, normally this stuff sells for 3-5x the gold cost! This one can solder stuff without using a flux, solder ceramics to metal and other such "fun" applications. It also could be used in most hallmarkable jewelery repair since it is about 19Kt gold.


Whats the advantige of using these solders over plain lead and tin solder, I don't understand.

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To be honest, if you have to ask, then you probably wouldn't even notice the difference. *Except for the gold being yellow instead of silver in color, of course, but that's beside the point.

It suffices to say, it's "better".
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Indium Tin foil type solder 137 deg C MP $5.00 an inch long strip, also have pure indium and indium 3% Silver for the same price. Pure indium is an excellent thermal gasket material as well as solder that can solder metal to glass! Quantity discount available on this one!

80% gold 20% tin high end eutectic solder, Mp 280 degC $25.00 a gram- quantity discount available on this one too! Selling it at essentially the cost of the GOLD in it, normally this stuff sells for 3-5x the gold cost! This one can solder stuff without using a flux, solder ceramics to metal and other such "fun" applications. It also could be used in most hallmarkable jewelery repair since it is about 19Kt gold.


Whats the advantige of using these solders over plain lead and tin solder, I don't understand.

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To be honest, if you have to ask, then you probably wouldn't even notice the difference. *Except for the gold being yellow instead of silver in color, of course, but that's beside the point.

It suffices to say, it's "better".
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But "how" is it better?

Flows better?

Melts at lower Temps?

Looks better?

harder?

See what I mean?
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Lower melting temp, probably better thermal conduction characteristics, etc. It's often used in situations where other non-leaded solders require too high of a melting temp for the components. For the conduction characteristics it won't make much difference for a DIYer. If you live in some country that prohibits leaded solder, I'd just (illegally) import it rather than pay for something like this, because non-leaded soldering for nearly all DIY is just plain ridiculous.

If price weren't an issue, the indium solder would be better, but when price comes into the picture it's a type of solder that is literally "if you have to ask, you don't need it."
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What about a half-watt 635nm pressed in focusable module?
...im too scared about fitting a tiny fragile 75 bucks diode myself :-[
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Default Re: RED 635nm 1WATT LASER DIODES and OTHER STUFF C

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What about a half-watt 635nm pressed in focusable module?
...im too scared about fitting a tiny fragile 75 bucks diode myself *:-[
First of all, c-mounts can't be &quot;pressed in&quot; something.
They need to be bilted to a heatsink with a screw.
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Default Re: RED 635nm 1WATT LASER DIODES and OTHER STUFF C

The indium tin has the lowest melting point 118 degC of any reasonably strong soldering material, The indium and indium silver can be used as a low temp soldering, at 157 deg c, the indium 3% silver is suitable for soldering thin gold plated parts. Indium solders are unique because they all can stick to glass, ceramic or other materials.

In addition to use as solder, the indium and indium 3%Ag work as thermal gasket materials as well.

The gold tin and gold silicon solder has the lowest creep and one of the highest tensile strength of any known soldering material and is extremely corrosion resistant.
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