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grainde

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Hi guys this is my new FS thread for Sinner custom built lasers.:wave:

These are the hosts I have available.







Here you can see the copper pressed heat sinks used in these hosts :)




As I did previously with the grooves I will offer mirror polishing and GITD as options:

GITD* (Green, Blue, Aqua, Violet and Red): $ 10
Polishing: $ 20

Here are two new completed builds for sale; one with an NUBM07E diode and the other with an NUBM44.

Specs 465 5.8 W 07E


Sinner MS V1 host (new design) with focus ring
NUBM07E diode
Copper Module with extended copper back half
Lazeeerer SXD with pot set at 4 A and heat sinked directly to host
G lens
24AWG super flexible silicone wire
Takes 2 x 16340 batteries (not supplied)
SOLD
Please note Paypal fees applicable if payment not sent as F&F.


Specs 7 W 450 M44


Sinner MS V1 host (new design) with focus ring
NUBM44 diode
Copper Module with extended copper back half
Lazeeerer SXD with pot set at 4.5 A and heat sinked directly to host
G lens
24AWG super flexible silicone wire
Takes 2 x 16340 batteries (not supplied)
SOLD
Please note Paypal fees applicable if payment not sent as F&F.


Here you can see them both in action! They are both extremely bright and the 465 is actually ever so slightly more teal in colour than the camera shows it.



Notes: I dont actually know what the duty cycle of these lasers are, however as I prefer to look after my diodes, I generally stick to shorter run times to extend their lifetimes. As a guideline, I would recommend 1 min on and 1.5 mins off - at 1 min the head of the laser will be getting warm.

*I use the new generation of Europium doped GITD powders, which have very long glow times - even up to 10 hrs for the green and aqua!! The blue lasts for around 8 hours and the red and purple for around 1 hour.


For those of you not aware of multimode diodes the output is bar shaped and very similar to the M140 diodes ie not a tight dot.

** Note to buy a completed laser you must be over 18 and own the correct safety goggles for your chosen wavelength. Please feel free to PM me for further details. **
 
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Lildutchboy7

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Wait, you're just selling these as builds not the spare hosts right?
 
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The 465 is sold.:beer:


Wait, you're just selling these as builds not the spare hosts right?
Thats right as I dont have that many, Im just offering them as builds.:beer:
 
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The 465 is reserved pending full payment.:beer:




Thats right as I dont have that many, Im just offering them as builds.:beer:
Wait, like we can order a build from you using one of these hosts?
 

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Added 2 options; mirror polishing and GITD. The GITD will only be suitable for hosts with cooling fins ie Phobos and MS V1's.

Please have a look here for some examples of my polishing and GITD.:beer:
 
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Just to let you all know Tomfire didn't get the copper Cyprus, so its still available. :beer:
 

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What's the biggest diode you think that copper cyprus could handle?
 

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Glad to see these put to good use, GLWS.
Thanks Sinner! Glad to see you're still around :) :beer:


What's the biggest diode you think that copper cyprus could handle?
Depends on what you mean. Power wise it can easily handle the 7 W NUB M44, space wise it would depend on the diode + module combination. The hole is 12 mm and I'm not sure a C-mount such as the 4W 650 would fit under the focus adapter.:beer:
 
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