- Nov 18, 2014
Thanks CDBEAM. Always good to get advice from an experienced member. If you're willing to share the project you're working on, that'd be great. I'm always up for new ideas and concepts.
I am checking now !Thanks CDBEAM. Always good to get advice from an experienced member. If you're willing to share the project you're working on, that'd be great. I'm always up for new ideas and concepts.
OK...I've been thinking about putting it in a Jetlasers PL-E Pro host instead of a Maglite. Likely multiple diodes like the concept I posted on the first page of this thread.
Warning !!! Long optics explanation....for those that care to expand their minds !!!!! :eg::eg::eg: :tinfoil::tinfoil::tinfoil:If you rotate both the diode as well as the cylinder lenses 90 degrees, wouldn't that negate the need for wave plate rotation?
Absolutely...We will only need one (1) set of Cylindrical lenses in this set up !!Am I understanding your correctly, that you have both beams from the two diodes going into one set of lenses instead of two separate sets?
:crackup::crackup::crackup::crackup: Optics is just a demanding SOB !!!OK, sounds better to do it that way, but what if you correct the output of each diode individually or separately before entering the PBS cube, then you don't need a wave plate, but of course, more complex because you need two sets of lenses?
Yea...We are optically forging the beams...bang, bang, bang !! haha !!That's one hell of an explanation. Sounds doable for sure, although I'd first have to receive the Jetlasers host and then find someone able to create a perfect heatsink for it.