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No problem Chaos. How do you like that 638 from DTR?

I've got an M140 diode/module at home.. deciding on how I should proceed. Survival Lasers is out of their Eagle Pair glasses so I don't think I should build it until they get more in stock

The 405nm interest me a lot but so do the 638's. Of course they are all potentially very dangerous but do any other wavelengths have caution similar to "Blue light hazard"? I may have to buy an S06j and push it in front of the M140 build.. grr.


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I'm loving the 638. The difference in brightness from the 650 is alot more than I expected. I can't wait to get an lpm, I suspect it might be over 500mW.

It does have worse beam specs than a 445nm. The best you can get with focusing is a thin line. Some don't like the bad divergence, but i kinda like it. If you defocus it out you get a wide, thin beam. Add some fog and its almost liquid sky like. I'm working on getting pics up.

As for 405nm, I love mine, and plan to build one soon. My favorite thing with this wavelength is that fluorescent and phosphorescent materials are activated by them (peanut butter fluoresces orange).
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If you do build a 405, check this out: http://laserpointerforums.com/f38/in...ml#post1165847
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Thanks buddy, I actually recently stumbled upon that site.. looks like a lot of fun. I may just have to do both 638 and 405
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I've got an M140 diode/module at home.. deciding on how I should proceed. Survival Lasers is out of their Eagle Pair glasses so I don't think I should build it until they get more in stock
Justinjja is doing a sale thread in the B/S/T section for cheap goggles that can withstand the M140 under most circumstances. You might wanna buy 2 or more (for guests or spares), while you're waiting for Eagle Pairs to come back in stock.

That way you don't have to wait
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Hi Hazerkitten,
I've been using shapeways recently and mhemling33 has already designed a host for 3d printing, he was quoted $300 for stainless steel, so $100 for titanium would be awesome. his host is near the bottom of the thread. http://laserpointerforums.com/f42/co...y-p-81889.html Thanks for sharing a great opportunity Sounds veeeery cool.

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Lazerbreak pointed me over to this thread thank you.

I was designing this and then stopped when I found out the prices from shapeways. I was going to go for ss but titanium would be awesome. If you do have access to printing I would love to work something out with you.

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