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Old 02-10-2009, 02:42 AM   #51
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Jayrob, I'm disappointed in you. I was expecting this to be MUUUUUUCH HARDER TO DO!

I have almost never soldered before, but soldering the wire on the switch was so easy! The build is very solid and weighty. I had an issue with cutting the spring, it was quite strong. I had to get my wire cutters and SHARPEN THEM. Only then could I cut it. However, this is not your fault, just the manufacturers for making hard to break products, shame isn't it. This is such a fun and easy build, it's really simple to do the soldering, cutting, turning the screws, and then putting it together. I might get the pocket mini next for more of a challenge . Thanks for a wonderful build.

EDIT: Stand by for pictures, I'm just now getting my Nikon warmed up.

EDIT! I had another question actually, there seemed to be a brass ring (really tiny, about the size of the module) that came with the build. I didn't use it. What was this piece?
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[quote author=Th0ughts link=1232226720/48#49 date=1234236682]Jayrob, I'm disappointed in you. I was expecting this to be MUUUUUUCH HARDER TO DO!

I have almost never soldered before, but soldering the wire on the switch was so easy! The build is very solid and weighty. I had an issue with cutting the spring, it was quite strong. I had to get my wire cutters and SHARPEN THEM. Only then could I cut it. However, this is not your fault, just the manufacturers for making hard to break products, shame isn't it. This is such a fun and easy build, it's really simple to do the soldering, cutting, turning the screws, and then putting it together. I might get the pocket mini next for more of a challenge . Thanks for a wonderful build.

EDIT: Stand by for pictures, I'm just now getting my Nikon warmed up.

EDIT! I had another question actually, there seemed to be a brass ring (really tiny, about the size of the module) that came with the build. I didn't use it. What was this piece?
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Heh, I'm (sadly) aware. One of the reasons I chose a greenie is because I didn't need to solder the driver .
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As promised, pics:

http://i43.tinypic.com/33tmjw8.jpg -- build taken apart
http://i43.tinypic.com/2dvlz0o.jpg -- completed build
http://i42.tinypic.com/4g3jg4.jpg -- shaky beamshot, I'll take another later.

Despite the fact that it looks like morning in the picture, it's actually pitch black outside. I dunno why.


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Old 02-10-2009, 04:33 AM   #54
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Hey thanks for posting your Th0ughts on the build!

The extra brass ring came with the host. It is in case you were doing a flashlight mod that had a smaller driver board. A good item to save in case you ever need it.

Nice pictures!

About the Pocket Mini Kit, it is easy too. You just have to understand how to set current on a FlexDrive using a test load. But this would be the same for any build using the FlexDrive...
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I may have to pick one of these up!
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Don't mind me.



FYI: These beams aren't enhanced by smoke fog etc. Just the night sky. Also there is no time exposure, this is one shot standing up half naked in the cold (or as cold as it gets for us Floridians).

Once again, Jay, these are incredible builds. It feels very nice, is rather small compared to commercial portable lasers, and packs a punch! Soon as my macro lens comes in I will take individual pics of the heatsinks for reference.
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Yes, you can get a cheap pointer for much less, but there is really no comparison for good heatsinking to the module...

Plus, once you have the kit, it will be a good host for green modules of this size for a lifetime! So in these areas, it is a much better choice for a good home to put your green module into.
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Rasmus, your DIY Green Kit and other items are shipping today. (Tuesday)

Please let me know when the package gets to you...
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Do you inculde a 1.5mm allen wrench?
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I don't know if it has been asked, but do you need a soldering iron for this green laser project ? This is something I can't find anywhere on my grounds.
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AusLasers, I can include an Allen wrench if necessary. I normally don't, because many people already have one. They are readily available at your local hardware store for less than $2 dollars.







Helioplasma, with this host/heatsink set up, you will need to solder a small wire across the switch on your module. It is a very easy procedure that can be done in less that 2 minutes. (see picture in the first post)

If you were to buy one of my modules with the kit. (50mW or 100mW) Then I could solder the wire for you.

I have a few 50mW modules and just a couple of 100mW modules. These are brand new and only tested. I would sell them as such, but not guarantee this kind of item. Because the are something that can be easily damaged if over driven, or used without a heatsink. Even with at heatsink, they should be kept to a 1 min. on / 1 min. off duty cycle.

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50mW - $32
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The is the next laser(kit) i look forward to getting! it's so awesome!

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Jay, which do you recommend? the protective cap? or the protective glass? I've seen the plastic thing on the MXDL and it scratches easily. Is this stuff actually glass? will it scratch easily?
And have you done any tests (maybe with an empty host) if this thing could actually be waterproof?
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It has o-rings at every joint, so it is definitely water resistant, but I have not tried to put it under water or anything like that...

As far as what I recommend, it would depend mostly on user preference. Personally, I like the custom front piece. Because of the clear aperture.

Although the glass (yes it is glass) lens looks nice, the custom aluminum piece offers better performance. The glass will cause a very small amount of reflection that may show up as very faint side spots that you would notice in a very dark room. Also, the extra element will reduce the power by a little. Maybe 5mW's or so...
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OK Andy, your DIY Green Kit and also your (old style) 4171/AixiZ version 2 heatsink is shipping tomorrow! (Tuesday)

Please let me know when you get the package...
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It has o-rings at every joint, so it is definitely water resistant, but I have not tried to put it under water or anything like that...

As far as what I recommend, it would depend mostly on user preference. Personally, I like the custom front piece. Because of the clear aperture.

Although the glass (yes it is glass) lens looks nice, the custom aluminum piece offers better performance. The glass will cause a very small amount of reflection that may show up as very faint side spots that you would notice in a very dark room. Also, the extra element will reduce the power by a little. Maybe 5mW's or so...
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Yeah I think you've convinced me for the aluminum piece.

Well if you get the chance, you should test and see if it can work underwater (of course without the module inside to start out with). Think how much your sales would go up if you could advertise it as a waterproof laser! ;D ;D ;D
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Well, there is an o-ring at every joint on the host. I would say that the tail cap (silicone tail button) is the weakest point...

I would guess that if the retaining ring that holds the clicky into the tail cap is nice and tight, it should seal the silicone boot against the host.

Anyway, I don't know if I want to be the one telling people that it is ok to take it under water even if I could test one successfully. :-/
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Ok this, to me seems better than the Kryton Groove host. You offer 2 choices, one with the custom front peice and one without, with a drilled reflector. if i order the one with the custom front peice will i still get the optional parts (the reflector, brass ring, glass lens, and o-ring), lens cap and instructions?
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Yes!

All of the extra parts will be included...

Normally, I do not drill out the reflector if the kit is ordered with the custom front piece. But I could do that easily enough, just ask me to do it when you order.
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In that case i'd love one with all the extras and the drilled reflector (if the reflector job doesn't cost any extra).

Do you have any IR filters left? could i have one of these with the kit? how much extra?

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Yes, I have a few IR filters. They cost me $10 dollars from Nova plus shipping. So I will offer you one for an additional $14 dollars with the kit.

I have 50mW modules as well. - Add $32 dollars. These are brand new and only tested for power by myself. I do not guarantee this type of item though. Because it is too easy to damage by leaving it on for longer than is recommended. Or if someone were to turn the pot on the driver.

O-like has higher quality IR filtered modules that they recommend a duty cycle of 60 seconds on / 60 seconds off. It would be a good rule of thumb to use this same duty for these cheaper modules...
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okay then i would like one of these ir filters also. How shall i pay you?
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Yes, I have a few IR filters. They cost me $10 dollars from Nova plus shipping. So I will offer you one for an additional $14 dollars with the kit.

I have 50mW modules as well. - Add $32 dollars. These are brand new and only tested for power by myself. I do not guarantee this type of item though. Because it is too easy to damage by leaving it on for longer than is recommended. Or if someone were to turn the pot on the driver.

O-like has higher quality IR filtered modules that they recommend a duty cycle of 60 seconds on / 60 seconds off. It would be a good rule of thumb to use this same duty for these cheaper modules...
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After you run out of these, you should stop by optotronics optics section, around page 2/3. 80% IR filtering cheap! I think it's a whopping $1 per filter.

PS: I got off of my lazy ass and got you a link
http://optotronics.com/proddetail.php?prod=f-0006
I'm sorry, my price was slightly wrong! $0.99.

EDIT: I love photography, here are some macro shots that I took with my new lens. Bare with me as I learn how to use it to perfection. NOTE: HUGE IMAGES AHEAD!
http://zaf.garyshood.com/upload/DSC_0082.JPG -- Picture of the module with the heatsink (bottom, made by Jayrob) and the factory threaded object (drilled out by Jayrob).
http://zaf.garyshood.com/upload/DSC_0083.JPG -- Picture of the front piece. The module goes in through the hole on the south-east side of this picture.
http://zaf.garyshood.com/upload/DSC_0084.JPG -- Picture of the front piece. The beam comes out the hole you see.
http://zaf.garyshood.com/upload/DSC_0085.JPG -- Picture of the front piece...again! The module goes in aperture side down in this picture.
http://zaf.garyshood.com/upload/DSC_0086.JPG -- What the module will look like after it is put together in the host, although you should never see it this way because of the way it is put together. But I mean: Look at all of that metal! If this module is safe from dropping, it's safe from bullets ;D.

I really must commend Jayrob with his wonderful kit. Bravo, good sir!
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I have one of those from Optotronics as well. It's not the same. It is about 1/2" wide and about 1/8" thick. The ones from Nova are about 10mm X 10mm and very thin and darker...







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I have one of those from Optotronics as well. It's not the same. It is about 1/2" wide and about 1/8" thick. The ones from Nova are about 10mm X 10mm and very thin and darker...
Ah, alright then, just trying to help us all save some cash . I also edited my previous posts with high-res macro shots.
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Hey nice close up pictures man!







About the IR filters from Nova, I only have two left that I will let go of, but I want to mention that with this DIY Green Kit, the 10mm X 10mm filter will have to either have the corners trimmed a little to fit inside the custom aluminum front piece, Or...

If you are planning on using one of these IR filters from Nova, let me know when you order the kit, and I can make sure that the front piece is drilled out with a slightly larger bit. Large enough to fit the IR filter so that it can be glued inside. It would sit right at the aperture of the small exit hole. (on the inside)

Or I might just see if my mini belt sander will take the corners off...
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Many DIY 445, red, blu-ray, green, 635, and 450 builds...


Looking for a DIY kit?


Take a look at some of my more popular kits linked in color...

* FS: 405-G-1 Glass Lens Mod for Blu-ray! 31% increase in power vs AixiZ acrylic!

* FS: New! 1000 Lumen XML-2 Maglite Modification With Voltage Monitor! - Parts or Complete Light! Must see!

* FS: Polished Stainless Steel Green Kit! Easy assembly in minutes!

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