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Default A Suggestion for a new forum topic.

simply "Blue Laser diodes". The 445nm as well as the Blu-Ray (possibly) should also be under this umbrella. We are on the verge of many new wavelengths in the blue spectrum for pure solid state. The time has come to be a little ahead of the curve with the Blue Laser Diode forum. If one reads the book "the Blue Laser Diode", it is apparent this was invented over a decade ago.


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simply "Blue Laser diodes". The 445nm as well as the Blu-Ray (possibly) should also be under this umbrella. We are on the verge of many new wavelengths in the blue spectrum for pure solid state. The time has come to be a little ahead of the curve with the Blue Laser Diode forum. If one reads the book "the Blue Laser Diode", it is apparent this was invented over a decade ago.
BluRay is not blue. It does not belong in the blue diode section.

The 445nm diodes are the only ones so far. When others come out I'm sure it will be necessary then.

How is that apparent??

Are you dealing with a full deck of cards or what
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The 445nm diodes are the only ones so far. When others come out I'm sure it will be necessary then.
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Are you dealing with a full deck of cards or what

Perhaps Crazy Jay. But then again, your the one who's crazy. Oh, and for the smart A$$es out there, even wiki says "A blue laser is a laser which emits EM radiation at a wavelength of between 360 and 480 nanometres.", so let's not split hairs needlessly.

Work on solid state blue emitting diodes have been going on for a very long time, and a significant break through occurred roughly fourteen years ago. There are, and have been other wavelength diodes, but you just don't know about them. In fact, the same technology used to make the type of wells used for the 445's will be used to create green laser diodes.
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I should have worded my response better.
We don't have any other blue diodes currently available!

I don't care what Wiki says about violet lasers. They are not blue diodes. They are purple, period.
It's like saying grey is white.

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I may be crazy but I know what I'm doing or at least, talking about. How would someone conclude that, (say randomly looking at books at the library... ladadee do da doo... "oh hey, this book is titled "the blue laser diode"...") it was invented 10 years ago?
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There is just a lot of lead time from theory to bench to provable, proof of concept, to pilot, then to full scale production. It's not like something is just born the year before it goes on sale. In the case of the 445nm's, these were actually invented before the 405's. There are some very funny stories on how these were invented;
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Perhaps Crazy Jay. But then again, your the one who's crazy. Oh, and for the smart A$$es out there, even wiki says "A blue laser is a laser which emits EM radiation at a wavelength of between 360 and 480 nanometres.", so let's not split hairs needlessly.
Please don't cite Wikipedia as an authoritative source. You should only link to that site if you want people to read about some general information without having to find sources themselves.

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Thank you for the lecture. We are perfectly aware that there are blue laser diodes in other wavelengths than 445nm. However, that is beyond the point.

The forums are based on interest-topics, not by wavelength color classification. Merging "bluish" diode topics would simply dilute the information about, and the interest in, all the specific diode wavelengths.

The reason we have a 445nm-specific forum is because there is a widely available diode in that wavelength. Likewise we have a 405nm laser diode forum. Expanding the forum topic to "blue diode lasers" would be rather pointless since I doubt even you would be talking about them much. Anyway, if you want to talk about "blue" lasers, go to the Blue, Yellow & Other Colored Lasers forum. Prior to the 445nm and 405nm laser diodes becoming widely available that was the forum where "exotic" color lasers would be discussed.
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Because it IS purple, on the picture, combination of red and blue. But single line sources seems to differ in perception for different people.
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Thank you for the lecture. We are perfectly aware that there are blue laser diodes in other wavelengths than 445nm. However, that is beyond the point.

The forums are based on interest-topics, not by wavelength color classification. Merging "bluish" diode topics would simply dilute the information about, and the interest in, all the specific diode wavelengths.

The reason we have a 445nm-specific forum is because there is a widely available diode in that wavelength. Likewise we have a 405nm laser diode forum. Expanding the forum topic to "blue diode lasers" would be rather pointless since I doubt even you would be talking about them much. Anyway, if you want to talk about "blue" lasers, go to the Blue, Yellow & Other Colored Lasers forum. Prior to the 445nm and 405nm laser diodes becoming widely available that was the forum where "exotic" color lasers would be discussed.
Crayz Jay: And who was the Know it All you were referring to? Those types tend to ramble.
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No, a 'Know it all' type echos information that they have not verified, in an effort to look like they know what they are talking about. That type is also classified as moronic.

A post full of facts, and advice by people who actually know what they are talking about is never a ramble. Its only a ramble when one does not have the intellect to absorb the information provided.
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Wait.... What's the point in this thread again? To ask the mods to make a fourm for all Blue lasers that use diodes? What about blue Gas Lasers?

58 posts in almost 2 years?

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Wait.... What's the point in this thread again? To ask the mods to make a fourm for all Blue lasers that use diodes? What about blue Gas Lasers?

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