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Old 05-27-2008, 11:00 AM #129
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wat do you mean focal length? i want adjustable say 3-5cm all they way to infinety : i want a super safe current so under 100ma if poss with the lense i want over 100mw ;D tell me how much extra it will cost


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any chance or you sending me a ciruit for a bluray by any chance so i can try and pick it up(construction wise) so i have one re and once br circuit to look at and try to mimic?( hopefully with instractions ;D ;D ;D) i will pay more lol depending on wat i can afford
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Default Re: FS: >70mW Blu-Rays, two models: $185

Every lens has a focal length.. It's still adjustable. Don't worry about it..
I have backup diodes on the way with express mail, so i WILL be able to select the ones that put out >80mW at a safe current of 98.5mA.
The glass lens will cost me between $20-$25 + shipping... I don't know exactly what yet.

Since i will have to order many at once, i want to make sure, the specs will be perfect first. If the specs are correct, it WILL put out more power, simply because it's a single element glass with 405nm AR coating. It could even be better than a Meredith lens!

I will definitely tell everyone what power boost to expect, BEFORE selling them. A boost of 10-15mW would be worth it.. Mine looks amazing now that i increased the power from 72 to 87mW! If any lenses should be left over in the end, i'm sure enough others will want them.



The driver i will send can be used for any diode. You need >6V (two Li-Ions) for a red and >8V (three Li-Ions or a 9V) for a Blu Ray..
I can include another driver with a lower dropout voltage, which would allow a Blu Ray to work off two Li-Ions... I think i have a spare one...

All you need to tell me are the current ranges. I'm guessing 350mA (adjustable) for the red and 87 or 98mA (not adjustable with a pot, but i could make it for several currents with a jumper) for the Blu Ray..

Rkcstr is making pot adjustable versions as we speak, and they are VERY cheap..
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red for a new senkat and blu ray driver for the same diode u r using
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Ok, i'll set the Blu driver to 97mA... The red will go up to 350mA.
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Default Re: FS: >80mW Blu-Rays, two models: $185

Alright, the lenses could be available in two weeks after the specs are confirmed..

With them, i will be able to do >100mW without overdriving the diode or giving up on the warranty!

Since i will be selecting only the very best diodes for those, they won't be a standard item, and they will cost a bit more. But the life expectancy will be much better, than it would be if, i just pushed the current... I am already gathering orders for the >100mW Blu Rays, and they will be done in the order i found the very best diodes.. It'll take a bit longer, but the quality will be worth it.

If we later figure out, that these diodes can in fact take higher currents, you would be just able to close a jumper and get even more power. A >100mW would then do ~115mW, maybe even 120mW....


>100mW can be had for the same price as >80mW, if you ask me to push the current a little (or if you push it yourself).
But in this case, you pay for diode replacement. It will only be $30 or less, so it is still a great deal...



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Someone's definitely got the laser bug now! I'm interested in more info about the lenses.. will they fit in an aixiz nut after all? alignment is very important. It must be centered precisely with the diode to achieve a nice beam pattern.
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;D Yes, they will fit in an AixiZ nut!

Since they are glass, they won't have the front rim.. So a tiny o-ring might be usefull.. <--- Help in getting them would be appreciated
From the back it could be protected with the original aixiz plastic ring, with the back side cut out..

Without it, more glass would be exposed to the light, but the spring would be pushing agains the glass..

I think it would be best that i put them into a nut, so i will need just the lens nuts (with or without an acrylic lens) from somewhere... <-- Where can i get just the lens nuts?
But the best thing is - they will be made to specifications.. A single element glass lens with 405nm AR coating.


I am going to risk ordering a minimum order quantity, and if they work, we can do a group buy, if enough people are interested...
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;D Yes, they will fit in an AixiZ nut!

I am going to risk ordering a minimum order quantity, and if they work, we can do a group buy, if enough people are interested...
What process did you use to get the lens out of its housing (nut) to measure it?


I don't think it's going to be that much of a risk.

Some of us will want some just to play with.

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That is good to hear! The lenses will definitelly be an improovement, i just can't tell how much yet.

But we know plastic is a big part of the problem, and 650nm AR coating the smaller part..
A lens both glass AND 405nm coated could do miracles!

And because of the similar focal length as an acrylic, the burning would work better than with a Meredith with the same or higher power and at half the price!


Will keep you posted.



Oh, the "process" of lens extraction... I don't cut the lens retainer open, i pull it out.. Then i pushed the lens out with a q-tip..
The lens retainers might come in handy for the glass lenses, so i'll cut the opening larger and save them.
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The lens retainers might come in handy for the glass lenses, so i'll cut the opening larger and save them.
How do you "pull" them out? Mine appear to be glued in!

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It does take some force.. But it's press fit. I use a tiny screwdriver, carefully slide it into the opening, right to the edge, and lever it out.

The part we usually cut away gets all bent and distorted. But hopefully it doesn't rip up, and you get it out in one piece..
I have been able to pull one out, that was cut open tho. You just have to be careful, not to scratch the lens...

After a few tries it becomes easy.
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Ok, everything is going according to plan.. I will be able to start shipping out on Monday!
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Yea^^!I can not wait to get my laser!It will be so awesome.(100mw of Blu-ray power^^)
Please set my free driver to 90ma for a BR diode .
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Well, 100mW will either be after the special lens or if you select a higher current.
I would recommend going for the lens, and only a slightly higher current.. 104mA could be enough with the lens.



Otherwise, i will slowly need everyone's shipping addresses..
Email me with your forum name, special wishes (free driver settings..) and address.

Start the e-mail with "Shipping address" in the subject. This way i can find them fast with search.


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