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Default Re: FS: >70mW Blu-Rays, two models... Any interest

If you replaced a diode (did you also put it into an AixiZ module and solder the wires to the legs of the diode?) succesfully, then the rest is easy!

Seriously, if you don't kill the diode while extracting or soldering it, or if you short the output of the circuit EVERY time you solder a diode to it, and if you don't use PSUs to power your drivers (ESD danger), there is not much, that can happen.

I will prepare detailed instructions for using the driver and diode, and send through e-mail.


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I took a short break off work, when i came across some yellow tinted glasses. They don't let much blue through, so i tried them on, and i couldn't see the beam anymore, but i could se the dot much more clearly without the glare around.

This allowed me to find the spot where it is focused into the tiniest possible dot, and i was amazed, when i noticed, that it starts burning plastic on contact!


It left some bad markings on one of my other lasers... : Should have used something else...
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Hey IgorT! I think these are great! I like the "flashlight model" best, but I would want whichever has the best heat sink as I will be looking for glowing minerals with it! Once I show the other rockhounds mine, they will all want one of your blu-ray lasers! I would like to help your production of them any way I can, so let me know what to do or find! GREAT WORK! 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) Best Wishes! -Glenn
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You actually BURNED your other lasers with it? :-? I think that is a, um... little bit foolish. But it's your lasers and your descision, I would not have done that, though. Although I should actually be quiet about this, my computer keyboard is full of small, irregular spots. ;D
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Hey IgorT! I think these are great! I like the "flashlight model" best, but I would want whichever has the best heat sink as I will be looking for glowing minerals with it!
Well, if you want to leave it on for several minutes, i would definitely recommend the small one.

It's better in many aspects. It will provide many HOURS of battery life and will have a specially made aluminum heatsink, making full contact with the AixiZ module, where it matters the most - at the diode...


But if you want even better heatsinking, i could put one into a KD50 body. That would provide enough heatsinking for hours, but the battery would be smaller. A CR2 has a lower capacity... Then there are some CR123 hosts i could use, but i think all this is overkill.


A Blu Ray at 100mA dissipates slightly over 0.4W of heat. A 16x red at 300mA dissipates 0.7W of heat, and yet the AixiZ module alone can be a good enough heatsink for 4 minutes, but it would get hot of course. Not the Blu Ray tho.

They do lose a few mW of power as they get luke warm, but the aluminum heatsink prevents this from happening, or at least slows it down untill it's unnoticable. In any case, i will provide a power graph with every unit, so you will know exactly how stable it is..



Just one thing.. Due to the way the driver works, you will see no decrease in power, untill the battery is completely empty. In fact, it could work longer, but the battery protection circuit will kick in, and shut the battery down.

This can be scary, when you see it for the first time - the laser just turns off. I use a protected CR123 battery in my Rominsen-DX200 mod, and it scared me half to death a couple of times...

I wanted to include a special LED with the lasers, that would light up, as the batteries go low.. Unfortunatelly, there simply is not enough space for a 5mm led in this tiny laser...
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You actually BURNED your other lasers with it? :-? I think that is a, um... little bit foolish. But it's your lasers and your descision, I would not have done that, though. Although I should actually be quiet about this, my computer keyboard is full of small, irregular spots. ;D
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Well, it's an old build of mine, containing a 186mW diode (my first burning laser ever) in a small rounded enclosure. I think i'll put that diode into the long pointer body, which used to be my first laser ever..

I was just so fascinated by the effect of the yellow glasses, that i had to try focusing. It really focuses down to a microscopic spot! But then the plastic suddenly started smoking! :
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lololololol. with my yobresal i was burning very thing i could find. i blew up some cap some caps on my drawers and there are holes all over it now. lollolololl
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Ok, only 10 more days left, before i start sending these out.


If anyone else is interested, post here, as my PM box is flooded. I can hardly keep up with all the unrelated questions and so on. So express your interest here, and i will PM you for arrangements and add you to the list.

Everything will be processed in the order interest is expressed here, not in the PM as it would take me too long to go through all of them to see which are even related to this and who was first.


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I will have to wait about two weeks for my blu-ray to show up then... :'( No, I understand that you have lot of work to do and I am sure that you are working as hard as you can to get these lazors finished. I am just so inpatient (as I always am). Can't wait to get my hands on that B-E-A-utiful little thing! 8-)
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how much for the goggles? hehehe
The goggles are not real laser goggles. They are just really yellow. They can't protect from a direct hit tho...

Also, they look very used becase i didn't really treat them very nicely in the past. Didn't use them, they were just stored improperly... I got them in an order of cheap sunglasses many years ago.
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I will have to wait about two weeks for my blu-ray to show up then... :'( No, I understand that you have lot of work to do and I am sure that you are working as hard as you can to get these lazors finished. I am just so inpatient (as I always am). Can't wait to get my hands on that B-E-A-utiful little thing! 8-)
I understand that completely. I am often impatient myself when expecting a lazor..

But think of it this way.. It will still be faster, than a laser from KD or DX, and at least it'll work! Not only that, it will actually have the specified power!

Also, it won't be something just quickly thrown together. All the parts have to fit together perfectly, to be able to make a laser this small..
The body is only 92mm long and 20m diameter at the widest parts. It's so small you will probably carry it in your pocket all the time.
The heatsink has to screw onto the top part of the aixiz module, and leave enough place for the micro driver underneath. Then the entire module screws up into the head and only has battery contacts underneath - no wires anywhere, except hidden inside the one piece specially made module. I have to use every millimeter of available space to make it all work.

The pen, while thinner, actually gives me more space for the electronics.


If at all possible, i WILL do it sooner. But i would prefer to err on the side of caution, than disappoint anyone, when i couldn't keep a deadline. Better to one day come here and say "good news guys, i am shipping the first units sooner than i thought" than to say "sorry guys you're gonna have to wait another week"....


Also, i ordered some $30 parts with $26 express shipping, just so they would be here soon enough for your lasers. So i really am doing everything in my power to make it all faster.


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IgorT: "But if you want even better heatsinking, i could put one into a KD50 body. That would provide enough heatsinking for hours, but the battery would be smaller. A CR2 has a lower capacity... Then there are some CR123 hosts i could use, but i think all this is overkill."

I think the Flashlight body w/ aluminum heat sink would be fine for me, I guess it does depend somewhat on the diode's heat output too though.
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I'm pretty sure the heatsinking will be good enough for leaving it on for as long as you like.. I will make some long term power graphs, to check this, since you want to be able to run it for 10 minutes at a time.

But if you looked at my power dissipation calculations, the actual heat produced is a bit more than half that of a 16x red.

I have used all the available space either for heatsinking or the electronics, which are hidden inside the lower part of the heatsink. The lower part of an AixiZ module is not even used, as it wouldn't fit!


Since you are in no hurry, you will be able to see the power graphs before deciding on the host. If you should want a more massive one, i can do that as well. But i'm pretty sure it won't be necessary.

You will probably also want the longest possible battery life, and an AA size Li-Ion has a good capacity, so this host is perfect.
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IgorT,

In reply to your PM.
A Greenie over 100 mW would be great.
In terms of price, im prepared to pay for quality, i have looked at your DIY greenies and they are both very nice, but like yourself, id rather the thicker & smaller host over the pen style =]
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A Greenie over 100 mW would be great.
In terms of price, im prepared to pay for quality, i have looked at your DIY greenies and they are both very nice, but like yourself, id rather the thicker & smaller host over the pen style =]
Hi onb000st!

Actually, i just wanted to help you SELECT a good greenie. It's not really worth it, to frankenstein greens together. I do it for fun, and to learn, but in the end it costs a lot.

Especially since i'm obviously jinxed, when it comes to greens. I had to go through four to find one, that only didn't work because of electrical problems - this one was the only really successful mod, and it's now my favorite green. Everything else is mode hopping.


Quality greens cost a lot, and the more cheap ones i buy the better i can understand why.


The cheaper manufacturers wold seem to be better in making lower powered greens. >100mW is almost hard to get cheaply and reliably. You might want to consider the bigger focusable models. They are still not expensive, but at least they would seem to work and put out the specified power.

I could also tell you who to talk to, about testing it, before they send it to you, just in case...
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