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Awesome ! very nice work, the beamshots are great, you have done a fine job ! +rep...


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The scanners are GSI G100 PD with their dedicated amplifiers, and I'm glad you like the website
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The fourth pic in your second post is truely beautiful, i really like the fact you can see the internals of the laser all glowing.

Very nice and clean build
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Lol I was talking about my own new set.. not your set!
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Wow! That's EPIC!

C4R0, did you build all the electronics (galvo/amplifier etc..) yourself ?

Is it possible to purchase them from somewhere ?


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really nice setup, i'm impressed!
come on, spend the 10$ for a phr already, to have five times the violet! :-)

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VERY nicely done!

Can someone please help me indentify the used optics?
I think the first is the turning mirror from a PHR sled, correct?

And what exactly can be used for the second one?..

Also, what would be more effective, this, or a setup with the cube out of a PHR sled?
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The second one looks like the mirror from a DVD-drive, and have very poor efficiency. So the PHR cube is the way to go... but is harder to use.

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Haha! ^^ Small world! Thought I do some late-night research...
My main problem with the cube is that I Have a red laser module with a beam wider then the diameter of the cube.. so it gets totally engulfed.
Nevertheless, I will try fix something up =)
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Very nice custom work there!

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My main problem with the cube is that I Have a red laser module with a beam wider then the diameter of the cube.. so it gets totally engulfed.
Nevertheless, I will try fix something up =)
..could still work if you let the red shine "through" the cube, and let the other laser(s) be reflected in the cube.. ;-)
well, you better get a short-focal-length lens as a collimator, to get a thinner beam ;-)

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The first one is turning mirror, but I think it's from DT0811 (I don't remember exactly). Second one comes from DVD or CD drive, I have it for a long time so I don't know where exactly it comes from. Actually, the second one (for combining 405/532 with 650) is very good and works perfect. I have rather some problems with the first one, it reflects really much green, I haven't measure that but I think there may be about 25-30% loss of green at this dichro
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Hey guys, yesterday I translated tgis stuff to English:
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When I roughly looked at the google translation of this article I thought it looks quite OK, but afrer careful reading the translation and translating the text by myself I can confirm that automatic translators really sucks! :P
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