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FS: White Fusion Laser Mixing Kit

Flaminpyro

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The word is I plan on starting production of this kit in early 2012, there will be a thread
made for both the White Fusion kits and for the White Fusion Time Machine...

Happy New Year :san:


Any word on this kit?
 
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What's the difference between the kit and Time Machine?

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The WF kit is just that, a kit of parts that will allow you to make a laser with a white beam, or a RGB laser.
All the info about that is right here in this thread.

The WFTM is an assembled hand held scanner that is RGB and has a electronic control for color and timing adjustment.

here is a couple links to some WFTM info>
http://laserpointerforums.com/f47/white-fusion-colors-48217-3.html#post656401
http://laserpointerforums.com/f65/wftm-445-a-52262-2.html#post727406

in case your interested this is where it started, this man right here :bowdown:
http://laserpointerforums.com/f51/white-laser-now-host-36905-6.html#post469604

For those interested I will be starting production of
WF kits and WFTM's in the first week of next year ;)

What's the difference between the kit and Time Machine?

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Count me in as still interested in a fully assembled WFTM. Do you think you can get down to me on the list in 2012? :D

Seriously though do I need to start preparing the wife for a larger then normal laser expence next year?
 

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So if you shine a white laser through a prism, does is separate back into the 3 wavelengths, or do you end up with a full spectrum of laser light? :thinking:
 

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So if you shine a white laser through a prism, does is separate back into the 3 wavelengths, or do you end up with a full spectrum of laser light? :thinking:
You'll only get what ever colors you used to make the white light.

The reason a prism gives you the full spectrum with sunlight is because that's what sunlight is composed of.
 

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Necro post to bring this out so people can see it again :)

it separates into what ever colors are in the beam going into the prism !


So if you shine a white laser through a prism, does is separate back into the 3 wavelengths, or do you end up with a full spectrum of laser light? :thinking:
 
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this is very interesting. After a few builds i would love to build one of these. Where the heck was I back when these first came out:thinking:
 




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