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    OPT Lasers Cylindric lenses - NUBM44 beam correction tests

    I received my 6x pair from Opt Lasers. Using the 6x pair by itself gave me a decent spot from a NUBM44. I tried combining a 6x with a 4x from LSP but 24x was a bit too much. I could not get a spot regardless of lens position. Just an ugly line and lots of splash. I might purchase a 3x from...
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    OPT Lasers Cylindric lenses - NUBM44 beam correction tests

    Hello all, I have been monitoring this thread off and on for some time now. I have a 4x lens pair from Lasershow Parts that I have been experimenting with using a NUBM44 diode. I just purchased a 6x pair from OPT Lasers and will be experimenting with that pair as well as combinations of the...
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    Nichia NUBM44 in L2 Host

    Here is my latest... a Nichia NUBM44 at ~6.8 watts housed in a Solar Force L2 host via a custom heat sink module from JayRob. This one was a pain in the butt to build as I had to undo a lot of Jordan's beautiful solder connections to install the module and driver into the heat sink module. I...
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    Glow Forge

    Wow, so kind of like lasing a microwave...
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    Glow Forge

    Hi all, I was distracted one day by an ad for the Glow Forge 3D laser printer so I went to their site and while looking at the specs I saw it used what was described as a 10,600nm 40 watt CO2 laser to do the cutting. My question is does a 10,600nm wavelength exist or is that a misprint?
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    Hi Jay, Are you still making the L2P heatsinks? If so, I would like one to the following specs...

    Hi Jay, Are you still making the L2P heatsinks? If so, I would like one to the following specs: heatsink (v5 thermal glued version) EZ Focus adapter (smooth)
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    The dangers of lasers

    Well, today turned out to be an unfortunate day. I left my newly built 462nm 2 watt laser in the center console of my car while I was eating. Sometime during my dinner the inner part of my laser's end cap popped loose and closed the circuit thus putting my laser in a constant on position. The...
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    NDB7A75 w ball lens - $120 shipped on eBay

    I've removed several of the stock projector lenses from their holders. A two hour alcohol bath (ethyl) makes the job much easier. The alcohol will soften the glue and all that is needed after that is some careful work with pliers. I use two pairs and grasp on each side of the lens holder and...
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    Can it be true? 70W laser diode?

    Since it's in the IR band.... maybe....
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    The amazing M-140 445nm diode?

    I just hope the stock of these new diodes stays around. I had to sell off most of my laser collection so I could pay bills :-( So next year I am going to build a new 445 once my tax return comes in...
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    My Upgraded 12x 405

    I am a little less careful since I can get these things for $52 shipped from Rayfoss... better than the old days of buying a $200 drive :D
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    Are reasonably priced 12x's really that hard to find?

    Hi Cad602, if the BDR-S06J is the same diode from the LG 10x Blu-ray writer then I can say it will easily handle around 550mA as long as it is properly cooled. I had one running at 575mA producing 750mW before I upgraded the diode to a BW512. I still have the original diode if anyone wants it.
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    My Upgraded 12x 405

    Hi all, I just recently finished upgrading my old 10x 405 to a new BW512 405. I'm pretty impressed with the results: 847mW @ 575mA Here's my equipment list: SolarForce L2P host Jayrob SolaForce heatsink Aixiz module 405-G-1 lens Microboost driver Samsung ICR 18650 battery I used a LaserBee...
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    Are reasonably priced 12x's really that hard to find?

    I've been getting my 405s from Rayfoss lately. The last one I received was this one www.rayfoss.com It produces over 830mW with 546mA from a Microboost driver.




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