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  1. AquaticHarpy

    PLPM4L 656 Laser Array

    You can't find info about them. They are pre-production prototypes. Styro had one on a spectrometer and its 656nm. They're roughly 48w per array. I told you all I know, you're welcome to buy one and learn more about it though!
  2. AquaticHarpy

    PLPM4L 656 Laser Array

    I've got a few of these arrays. Pre production, 656nm, 48w arrays, you'll find some info about them. Currently I just want to sell one, but can do more for the right price. I'm really fond of these guys but Christmas is closing in extremely quickly, and I need the cash. I want to propose on new...
  3. AquaticHarpy

    what do i need to build a laser

    A day of scrounging ebay to find some insane oranges, setting it all up in a handheld device and having a hayday
  4. AquaticHarpy

    what do i need to build a laser

    Biggest baddest orange out there. Send me money and beer and Ill build you something spectacular! It can be shoulder mounted too! YAY
  5. AquaticHarpy

    Laser beacon ?

    Get a green array and send it!!! I could build you a mildly thick red beacon if that interests you, A deep blue could be managed with a projector array, it just depends on what you really want as so much is possible
  6. AquaticHarpy

    Searching best option for most powerful laser for sub 75 and sub 140$

    Are they rated for the colors. Try Ebay, we're all human and know you're a big boy and you can do this...
  7. AquaticHarpy

    Troubleshooting: Laser burning single hole

    Possible the Ruida can not properly write the required code for laser power. Download a file off the keypad, and open it on your computer, compare it to the computers file and play find the difference?
  8. AquaticHarpy

    Windows 11

    Rocking 8.1 Pro here and various linux distros on my other devices
  9. AquaticHarpy

    what do i need to build a laser

    You need a diode, heat sink, wires, a driver, and a power source, likely batteries, also a enclosure, maybe a switch. Also, Unown, I bet you could never guess my age based on my postings. But its definitely important to keep the youth safe! Restated, how old are you OP?
  10. AquaticHarpy

    Help me with the best Sanwu lasee

    Its still a different color than 450 and in my opinion much prettier and its just different
  11. AquaticHarpy

    Blue laser vs green laser. Wich are better ?

    You can go nitpicking all day, but with everything equal but wavelength, green would be brighter to the eye
  12. AquaticHarpy

    Blue laser vs green laser. Wich are better ?

    Isnt brightness relative? In those terms wouldnt green be winning?
  13. AquaticHarpy

    Hi! Happy to be here from the PNW!

    Hey!! Welcome to the forums! First off, its great to have a new member that cares for their own safety! We're here to help ya with any queries you may have, and always happy to help you understand what you may not in the world of lasers! Have fun with those LEP's, and always be safe! I...
  14. AquaticHarpy

    Blue laser vs green laser. Wich are better ?

    Blue and green lasers are going to be exactly the same for burning, if they are the same wattage, but blue diodes come in higher wattages. They'll both go further than the eye can see with provided wattage, but a green beam is much more 'visible' and will Appear brighter to your eye!
  15. AquaticHarpy

    Help me with the best Sanwu lasee

    Of course!! Enjoy~
  16. AquaticHarpy

    Help me with the best Sanwu lasee

    They'll all have distance as far as the eye can see so just be careful~ 470nm is a lovely color and Im sure you'll have plenty of fun
  17. AquaticHarpy

    Help me with the best Sanwu lasee

    5W is more than enough to burn, and focusing the beam in short range would be pretty strong as well, 450/455nm is just a boring blue to me, but a strong 5W teal sounds beautiful
  18. AquaticHarpy

    Help me with the best Sanwu lasee

    Honestly, they will all burn. Its all about preference! If you want a crazy powerful boring blue, hit the 7W If you want a pretty and stunning 5W, Id so go for the 470!! If you want a bright intense green beam which is probably visible in daylight, hell, get the 1.6W green Id personally go...
  19. AquaticHarpy

    Sharp 395nm 300mW Diode GH0393AA2G

    Interested!
  20. AquaticHarpy

    Help me with the best Sanwu lasee

    The 7 watt would be your best bet if youre just starting. Dont skimp on safety goggles!




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