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BobMc

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thank you RED,i also love your build with mutil beam laser last time

oh yes,price is 1000$+ for laser,becasue time to make it and design

Dear,i going with your laser and i will done in this time
Thank you
No worries, I know they are a different sort of builds so they take time..Looking forward to seeing them in practice...

I just might have to ask you for one of those 100 watt’ers...She’s such a beaut...

BobMc. :)
 
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Is the duty cycle limited by battery supply (drains so fast) or by the heat generated?
 

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would be handy for re-heating those McCheese burgers Bob.....

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Hi RB, so true....heee, it’s such a beauty I might just have to grab one...Trinh’s working on a couple of customs for me at the moment so maybe when He gets done... Everything ok down under?? Been doing some overlanding here, night sky’s and lasers are a blast..

In Him, BobMc :)
 
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Hi RB, so true....heee, it’s such a beauty I might just have to grab one...Trinh’s working on a couple of customs for me at the moment so maybe when He gets done... Everything ok down under?? Been doing some overlanding here, night sky’s and lasers are a blast..

In Him, BobMc :)
Hi yah Bob,
All good down here mate.
Good to hear you're overlanding, wish I was there with you.
Sounds so good, night sky and lasers, awesome !!

The Southern Museum is in lockdown atm, not from covid19 but from lack of time to play with the exhibits :ROFLMAO:
Great to see the Northern Museum is still going strong.
Looking forward to your new exhibit updates my friend.

God Bless, stay safe.
RB
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Hi yah Bob,
All good down here mate.
Good to hear you're overlanding, wish I was there with you.
Sounds so good, night sky and lasers, awesome !!

The Southern Museum is in lockdown atm, not from covid19 but from lack of time to play with the exhibits :ROFLMAO:
Great to see the Northern Museum is still going strong.
Looking forward to your new exhibit updates my friend.

God Bless, stay safe.
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Shall do.. yes overlanding with lasers is such an awesome experience.. :)

This 100 watt’er that Trinh built sure is tempting it would be so awesome on the trail..... Such a awesome and unique build... Were just gonna have to see :).

BobMc
 
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Shall do.. yes overlanding with lasers is such an awesome experience.. :)

This 100 watt’er that Trinh built sure is tempting it would be so awesome on the trail..... Such a awesome and unique build... Were just gonna have to see :).

BobMc
What does overlanding mean? Never heard that before.
 

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Oh my God! That is awesome. Tinker with the optics and cooling, and you got yourself a great laser for small CNC that cuts or etches thin metals, stone etc and put the smaller glass tube lasers out of business.
 

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Thanks, trinh hong.

He made this laser pointer for me.
It's a very pricey laser pointer.
In the flashoholic world there's a term called "throw" in case you do not know, throw describes how far a flashlight can effectively illuminate a surface. Do you know the throw of this laser?
 

trinh hong phuoc

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I don't know
Maybe throw is same nubm44 or nubm08 , because it is mutil beam
Infact,i think we can caculate throw by divergence and wavelength with laser,and candela with flashlight,but real throw also pedend on air environment
 

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Oh my God! That is awesome. Tinker with the optics and cooling, and you got yourself a great laser for small CNC that cuts or etches thin metals, stone etc and put the smaller glass tube lasers out of business.
The convergence point of the 24 MM emitters using any optic just won't be that tight, nothing like the dia. of a focused co2 beam.
 

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The convergence point of the 24 MM emitters using any optic just won't be that tight, nothing like the dia. of a focused co2 beam.
That and also don't forget the fact that a c02 tube of the same/higher power costs way less and you can protect your eyes from it much more easily because even a normal clear sheet of acrylic blocks it well.
 

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Fudge! I was hoping for a more rugged system that can take a bit of abuse in the shop. If this can't be tamed down to 1/16 then it wouldn't be worth persuading
 




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