Old 09-18-2013, 04:40 AM #1
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Default Help With First Build

Hello everyone. I'm a new member hoping to get some advice for my first build. Have had a few cheap 5mW to 10mW green and purple pens, but I'm ready to move to something more reliable. I've read through this thread. http://laserpointerforums.com/f51/i-...ead-52972.html

I have 3 or 4 of these flashlights and have seen them used as housings in a few pictures before. UltraFire WF-501B 1 Mode 1 LED CREE 210 Lumen Blue Light LED Signal Flashlight Torch (Black) | LFF98B

What would I be able to use as far as Modules, Diodes, and heat sync that would work with this housing? Would I be able to continue using my 18650 batteries? I have a surplus of them, but can switch to something else if needed.


I'm not trying to make anything super powerful. A nice 10mW green, blue, or purple would be amazing. Mainly trying to make the best use of the supplies I already have laying around. I have quite a few 10440 batteries as well as an LED projector with lot of dead pixels I could try and salvage parts from. I haven't read up on how to do that yet though.


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