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Default fiber optic question? can i use this for my 445nm

Hi i appreciate a quick response if possible? or maybe someone else will pick this up.

but i was wondering if this item from ebay , a fiber optic piece can be attached to my blue 445nm laser, either yabros or arctic ?

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Custom Laser Optical Fiber Optic Light Guide Scope 36" - eBay (item 320654814040 end time Feb-15-11 20:00:51 PST)

would there be any effects from it? besides hopefully more circular beam. and anything anybody can offer about using fibers to combine multiple lasers, or just about fiber optics in general?

thanks so much lpf


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Default Re: fiber optic question? can i use this for my 445nm

If your after a better beam from your 445nm, the only real solution without huge amounts of loss is corrective optics. Either anamorphic prisms, or cylindrical lenses like dr.lava's.
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