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Default Re: Low-power laser needed for polymer bonding

That link you posted seems to be a bit light on reliable information. I'm not happy about the idea of paying $51 for a dubious piece of kit only to tear it apart to get the tiny laser from it.

I'll keep looking.

Again, I thank everyone for their time and assistance, good on yer!


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Default Re: Low-power laser needed for polymer bonding

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That link you posted seems to be a bit light on reliable information. I'm not happy about the idea of paying $51 for a dubious piece of kit only to tear it apart to get the tiny laser from it.

I'll keep looking.

Again, I thank everyone for their time and assistance, good on yer!
Modwerx is a reputable seller and is owned by a reputable
Member of this Forum...

There is nothing dubious about what he sells...

If the idea of harvesting a Laser Diode at a good price
frightens you then you will need to purchase a Laser
already assembled at a higher cost to you...

I understand that not all members can build functioning
Lasers and that is why the B/S/T section on the Forum
exists...


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