I'm waiting on my 1.1W from Greece. It's only been a week so hopefully it gets here during this week. Plus I got him to send it in 2 packages sent a couple of days apart. So it should get through. Plus I got him to send the lens in the other package that way if they do activate it. It will look like a torch. Lol
Yeah iv gotten modules shipped in from hong kong and china, just received the first package today which has the head ring, tail cap, battery and lens, will let you know when the next package arrives. And I got it wrong it's coming from the USA the guy is Greek. Lol
Ah cool, I've been building LED's for a while now and have just got two 3D Mag Lights to use as hosts for new projects. One will be a LED and was planning on using one as a new laser. Probably a 405 or 445. Not going to make the jump to 1w just yet though.
At the moment just looking for anything in the visible spectrum between 5-50mW
Any fellow Aussies putting together lasers in green or blue
In 1000/1200/1500mw+ with
Decent burn capabilities & adjustable focus, selling @ a reason price & not costing an arm & a leg
Like the crazy $699.00 price tag on something like Wicked Artic Krytic of Krypton
Been looking for something similar to S3 Spyder or BX 1000/1200mw or BX3 1500/2000mw from Biglasers.
I did however buy a cheap n nasty off gumtree 301 green
& a slightly bigger blue laser, that use to burn match heads but stop burning only after 2/3 months, still
Powers strong but will not burn anymore, guess lesson learnt buying cheap n nasty diodes that die or burn out easily! It's only use now is star gazing & night pointing.
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