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Default Jet lasers beam expanders

For a while now I have been looking for a reasonably priced beam expander for my Dragon Lasers Hulk 100 as well as several of my other lasers and I just realized that Jetlasers sells reasonably priced beam expanders. Unfortunately I couldn't actually find the specs of the expander so I don't know if it would fit a hulk. They list the input aperture size but not the actual size of the tube itself. Does anybody have any experience with these beam expanders. Or if someone does own one would they be able to measure it for me so I could find out which of my lasers I could use with it.



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Dragon Lasers- 532nm viper 35mW output=67mW
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Meierlight- 532nm lab 1,800mW output=2,000mW+
Survival Laser- 445nm 1-1.3W output= 1,153mW
DIY bench top- 445nm in cylindrical CPU heat sink. Diode from DTR. Focusing ring from FlaminPyro. Output=I've pushed it to 2,000mW+Power graph
DIY bench top- 445nm in cylindrical CPU heat sink. Diode from DTR. Focusing ring from FlaminPyro. Output=I've pushed it to 1,634mW Power graph
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SkyraySR5-445nm 2W diode and host from DTR output=2,231mW
DIY bench top- 650nm in mini cylindrical CPU heat sink. Diode from lazerer. Focusing ring from FlaminPyro Output=304mW
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Default Re: Jet lasers beam expanders

Did you try e-mailing Jet Lasers? They manufacture it so....

I have a Hulk 150. Its bad ass as you know. I wonder what it LPM's at? I wish Radio Shack charged a couple bucks and let me test it there but Ive found the employees (here at least) now dont know crap as opposed to years before when they were know it all nerds I liked.
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Did you try e-mailing Jet Lasers? They manufacture it so....

I have a Hulk 150. Its bad ass as you know. I wonder what it LPM's at? I wish Radio Shack charged a couple bucks and let me test it there but Ive found the employees (here at least) now dont know crap as opposed to years before when they were know it all nerds I liked.
I figured I'd ask around here before contacting Jetlasers. As far as what your HULK 150 LPM's at I know my HULK 100 averages at 176mW and my viper 35 actually LPM's at 67mW so in my experience DL has been very overspec. I have to agree with you about radio shack these days. I remember going in there a few months ago and asking if they had a variable DC power supply. They looked at me like I had ten heads, had no clue what the hell I was talking about and they then proceeded to lead me to there power cords.


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Dragon Lasers- 532nm viper 35mW output=67mW
Dragon Lasers- 532nm Hulk 100mW output=213mW
Laserglow- 532nm lab 2,500mW output= 2,573mW
Meierlight- 532nm lab 1,800mW output=2,000mW+
Survival Laser- 445nm 1-1.3W output= 1,153mW
DIY bench top- 445nm in cylindrical CPU heat sink. Diode from DTR. Focusing ring from FlaminPyro. Output=I've pushed it to 2,000mW+Power graph
DIY bench top- 445nm in cylindrical CPU heat sink. Diode from DTR. Focusing ring from FlaminPyro. Output=I've pushed it to 1,634mW Power graph
Danefex-445nm Minisabre V2 output=1,736mW
SkyraySR5-445nm 2W diode and host from DTR output=2,231mW
DIY bench top- 650nm in mini cylindrical CPU heat sink. Diode from lazerer. Focusing ring from FlaminPyro Output=304mW
DIY bench top- 635nm in cylindrical CPU heat sink. Diode from DTR. Focusing ring from Flaminpyro. Output=I've pushed it to 576mWPower graph
SkyraySR5-635nm 300mW diode from DTR output=
DIY bench top- 405nm in cylindrical CPU heat sink 12X diode from DTR. Focusing ring from FlaminPyro. Output=I've pushed it to 552mWPower graph
Lazerer- 405nm Rifle 500mW. Actual output=551mW
DIY 40W Co2


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