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Old 02-11-2008, 04:18 AM #17
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***Y vids!!! i plan on buying a phazor diode from DDLs' GB, will this work close to an open can diode?
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***Y vids!!! *i plan on buying a phazor diode from DDLs' GB, will this work close to an open can diode? *

according to the main thread, test results show the phazor has almost identical outputs when compared to open can

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How much to get this sent to Adelaide, Australia?
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DDL did some testing on these. We all hope he does some testing on the open can diode as well. But I bought a couple anyway...
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Thanks Jay! That was quick. It was waiting for me when I got home. Thanks for the Double Happiness too! An unexpected free surprise.

BTW, for anyone thinking about it. This is excellent quality! I am actually a certified Machine Tool Operator and I honestly would not have made one this nice if I made it myself, the set screw is very nice. I lack the lathe, but if I did make one, I would charge more than $20 for it. And I have killed a laser diode from heat before, so $20 is cheap compared to buying LDs regualrly.

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Thanks Jay! *That was quick. *It was waiting for me when I got home. *Thanks for the Double Happiness too! *An unexpected free surprise.

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I'm happy to hear that you like the quality. I too have the same reasoning that you do....about the cost of killing your diode vs having a nice heatsink. Of course, this is mostly needed for those who are trying to push over 250mA's in a red burner. But it looks nice as well. Did you try the fit...into the MXDL body yet? How did you like it?
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[quote author=desslok link=1202452073/15#22 date=1202834385][quote author=jayrob link=1202452073/15#15 date=1202589382]desslok and Gazoo, I just dropped off your new heatsinks at the post office today. (Saturday) You should see them probably Tuesday...
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I'm happy to hear that you like the quality. I too have the same reasoning that you do....about the cost of killing your diode vs having a nice heatsink. Of course, this is mostly needed for those who are trying to push over 250mA's in a red burner. But it looks nice as well. Did you try the fit...into the MXDL body yet? How did you like it?
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Yeah fits perfectly. But I knew it would after seeing all your pics. Really nice colored instruction sheet too. The nicest instruction sheet of anything I've bought recently lol. The set screw is nice, because I would probably have used thermal epoxy if not, and would never have been able to get it out. NOw I can just use thermal compound. Like I said, I already killed a diode from heat. Running a little over 300mA, left on a little too long and the little hair wires connecting to the actual chip melted off the chip. Dont' want that to happen again. Thanks again!
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he said before he just wants to stick to the MXDL (pg 1)
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How much more do you charge to make a heat sink that works for these two hosts?
The reason I ask is because I think these are the best looking hosts, and one heat sink can work with two bodies with different power requirement 350mA~500mA.

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How much more do you charge to make a heat sink that works for these two hosts?
The reason I ask is because I think these are the best looking hosts, and one heat sink can work with two bodies with different power requirement 350mA~500mA. *
I have two MXDL models that I have made heatsinks for:
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.4171
This is the one shown at the beginning of this thread. The one that DDL first introduced. The other one is this one:
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This second one uses AAA size batteries. So, it works for a blu-ray if you use the 3.6 volt, 10440 batteries.
http://www.laserpointerforums.com/fo...num=1202168096

Both of these models, have a 'ring' at the front to hold the lens and reflector in place. That design is needed for installation of a heatsink. It would be very difficult to have to screw the head of the flashlight onto the body, if it didn't have this type of design. The wires would get twisted, and disconnect from the diode, or driver.

As you can imagine, a lot of time and effort would go into designing and measuring for a new host. Probably taking more than one try to get it right. Therefore, I would like to stick to these two MXDL models, since the work in designing has already been done. Sorry guys, too much time involved in the designing of new heatsinks...
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Hey Jay, I got a question. When you used to make the heatsinks without the screw and you had to press the module in with a vice, how wide did you make the hole so that the aixiz modules had a tight fit?
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How much more do you charge to make a heat sink that works for these two hosts?
The reason I ask is because I think these are the best looking hosts, and one heat sink can work with two bodies with different power requirement 350mA~500mA. *
I have two MXDL models that I have made heatsinks for:
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.4171
This is the one shown at the beginning of this thread. The one that DDL first introduced. The other one is this one:
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.3405
This second one uses AAA size batteries. So, it works for a blu-ray if you use the 3.6 volt, 10440 batteries.

Both of these models, have a 'ring' at the front to hold the lens and reflector in place. That design is needed for installation of a heatsink. It would be very difficult to have to screw the head of the flashlight onto the body, if it didn't have this type of design. The wires would get twisted, and disconnect from the diode, or driver.

As you can imagine, a lot of time and effort would go into designing and measuring for a new host. Probably taking more than one try to get it right. Therefore, I would like to stick to these two MXDL models, since the work in designing has already been done. Sorry guys, too much time involved in the designing of new heatsinks...
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