- Dec 6, 2013
isnt it laserbtb now, they were called sky before they bought up them or ? either way they are better dragon seems not that good..
Ehh what? Dragonlasers is still one of the better companies out there. Definitely better than LaserBTB. Sure, a couple people had gotten bad 589nm units, but other than that every laser from them is excellent and overspec. And they're CNI manufactured as well.isnt it laserbtb now, they were called sky before they bought up them or ? either way they are better dragon seems not that good..
I think the size of the module/crystals mostly makes a beam thicker/thinner. My 200mW 532nm has a 2-3mm beam at aperture while my 35mW 532nm pointer has a beam width around 1mm.So my main question is for 532 pointers, when you move to a larger 808 pump diode, the beam is likely going to be more thicker and divergent? (Talking about pointers, not lab-quality lasers). :beer:
Also for the Skylasers HL, can you substitute anything for that red wire-loop safety dongle? I've seen it replaced with a simple plug. :thanks: