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Correct LPM Adjusting design

justinjja

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justinjja, you shouldn't feel at all compelled to tell anyone what you're using.

No one else has revealed what they use to paint TEC's. 'tis only fair. :)

Trevor
ha ha, Thanks

I noticed that in this thread: http://laserpointerforums.com/f70/best-lpm-coatings-75025.html

Makes you wonder if the Coating is the strong point or weak point in Current LPM Designs?

Can't blame them for having some secrets though, designing an LPM is a lot of work...
as I am learing :D

 
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lasersbee

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ha ha, Thanks

I noticed that in this thread: http://laserpointerforums.com/f70/best-lpm-coatings-75025.html

Makes you wonder if the Coating is the strong point or weak point in Current LPM Designs?

Can't blame them for having some secrets though, designing an LPM is a lot of work...
as I am learing :D
You still haven't answered the question whether you
are using a Thorlab coating or your own DIY coating.

I really don't need to know your formula if it is a DIY
coating nor have I asked for it. We have our own
formula that we would not share either.

My suspicions and your refusal to answer a simple
question as per your 1% variance in the visible
spectrum ThorLab Coating
leads me to believe
your statement to be made up and total BS....


Jerry

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Trevor

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You still haven't answered the question whether you
are using a Thorlab coating or your own DIY coating.

I really don't need to know your formula if it is a DIY
coating nor have I asked for it. We have our own
formula that we would not share either.

My suspicions and your refusal to answer a simple
question as per your 1% variance in the visible
spectrum ThorLab Coating
leads me to believe
your statement to be made up and total BS....


Jerry
You said in a recent thread that your coating is spectrally flat. The same claim that justinjja is making here.

You did not back it up with data either.

Until I see a spectral response curve from either of you, I consider both of your claims of spectral flatness to have equal veracity.

Heck of a double standard we're trying to institute here.

Trevor
 
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