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Old 06-21-2012, 02:38 AM #1
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Default optical head with plexiglass frame

This is my circular optical head for combining two beams from 2 parallel diodes.
The head is made by three laser cutted plexiglass frames. The plexiglass "sandwich" contains the pbs cube and a prism mirror.
Two parallel beams enters in a face. The combined beam exits at the center of the opposite face.
All the beam's pathways are cutted in the plexiglass frame, so they have no contact with plexiglass.
The sandwich is made of a sheet of 2mm thickness with 2 holes for the entering beams, a sheet of 10mm thickness for the 10x10x10 cube and mirror, and a sheet of 2mm thickness with an hole for the exiting beam.
So the overall thickness is 14mm.
The optical head can be mounted on the top of a laser host (heatsink with two diodes) by using six nylon screws and spacers to keep the optical block isolated from the heat produced by the diodes.









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looking good luke, keep it coming
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many thanks madmacmo
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ah the usual working hard and pretty busy with life
how are you luke?

what is the diameter of the head?

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Nice can't wait to see it come together as your whole handheld, it would be very interesting
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ah the usual working hard and pretty busy with life
how are you luke?

what is the diameter of the head?
me too...
the diameter is 51mm.
Here are two photos of the handheld laser... this monster is not exactly small
...but who said that only small is nice?
The head cap and battery cap are now machining.
When complete i will post power measurement results.
What do you think?
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Hey when your going to get that much power out of it the size doesn't matter at all

Are you using the 9mm diodes or the 5.6mm 445 diodes? You can likely hit 5W with either, maybe 6W with the 9mm
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I have no 9mm diodes but with the aixiz module they can fit directly into the heatsink... the output power should be very high... i have a problem to find a suitable power meter

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Here the photos without caps...
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Yeah they look awesome, very neat, it won't look messy once you have it up and running it would actually look amazing with that whole plexiglass head part glowing 445 with the beam coming out I really can't wait to see it fired up
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Yeah they look awesome, very neat, it won't look messy once you have it up and running it would actually look amazing with that whole plexiglass head part glowing 445 with the beam coming out I really can't wait to see it fired up
I'm thinking to leave some apertures to the head cap to permit also the glowing light go out laterally...
I also need to choose the tail cap switch but it's a relaxed task because no current flows in the switch, it's only logic level.
Any design suggestion to make nice caps?

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Yeah that would be awesome

Maybe just leave the whole plexiglass part exposed

As for your power meter.... I'm clueless, I know there is a 5W laserbee on eBay.
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Yeah that would be awesome

Maybe just leave the whole plexiglass part exposed

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Maybe an attenuator must be used...
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Very neat looking design! Is there any way of adjusting alignment?
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The plexiglass frame is fixed but there is no need for a further adjustment because the precision of the laser cut is 0.06mm.
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Ah so the modules won't be tightly seated against the heat sink then. This method will work but has it's obvious downfalls.....anyway it looks pretty cool so kudos to you
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Ill bet the plex will give off a nice glow when its running.
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