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Hi all,

I am Tery, I come from Japan, now I am doing some experiments related to laser. Actually, the laser I used is not a pointer, but this is a very actively forum, so I would like to ask your help.

I am doing an experiment that projecting a laser beam to a flame which propagating in a tube. I am using device SYNRAD Firestar v20. Here is the spec of the laser device:
- V20 Firestar Series Compact Low Power CO2 Laser Tool
- 30VDC Input power
- Current Rating: 12A
- <100µsec rise time
- 2.5mm beam diameter
- <7.0mR beam divergence
- 10.57-10.63µm wavelength
- Linear (horizontal) polarization
- Air cooling
- 15.2" x 4.6" x 5.8" overall dimensions
- Ideal for small cutting, marking applications
- Laser power is adjustable from 2-20W

It can only project a laser beam and you can see that in the attachment to see the scheme of experiment set up? the tube have 50mm of diameter. I would like to ask for the idea modifying the device or suggest a new device that I can use a parallel laser beams (at least 4 beams, one at center) projecting to the flame in the tube. the total laser power doesn't need to reach at 20W.

Thank you very much for you attention and hope I can get some help.
Cheers
 

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To @Encap

I will. would it be ok if I ask you why do you know him?

Thank you.
Is a small world, gt2006.

Re: Osamu FUJITA -- other contact details are here: Osamu FUJITA | Laboratory of Space Utilization




I think you will find interesting for combining multiple laser beams the LPF thread here--examples are of visible wavelengths so need to be adapted for use with the wavelengths, 10,570nm to 10,630nm, you are using--see:Reference Guide: How to Combine Lasers https://laserpointerforums.com/f51/reference-guide-how-combine-lasers-77449.html





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Welcome to the forum gt2006. Enjoy and be safe. Best wishes with your project. :)
 

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Hi G,
Welcome to LPF many nice folks here, enjoy your stay .

Rich:)
 

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Welcone to LPF, gt2006! :beer:

There are many knowledgable members here who can hopefully point you in the right direction.

Have fun, be safe, and enjoy your stay here! :yh:
 

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Welcome to the LPF, gt2006. I still don't know what you are attempting to do with this CO2 laser, but seems Encap has steered you in the right direction. Maybe I could also help if you could explain what it is you are trying to accomplish with this setup.
 

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Is a small world, gt2006.

Re: Osamu FUJITA -- other contact details are here: Osamu FUJITA | Laboratory of Space Utilization


I think you will find interesting for combining multiple laser beams the LPF thread here--examples are of visible wavelengths so need to be adapted for use with the wavelengths, 10,570nm to 10,630nm, you are using--see:Reference Guide: How to Combine Lasers https://laserpointerforums.com/f51/reference-guide-how-combine-lasers-77449.html



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Thank you very much @Encap and all of you sending me a welcome reply :thanks::thanks:. I'll be back soon with my project.:))
 
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AWESOME START...
I told you this thread would make you smile--Encap & all the rest make us proud--so helpful!!
Please keep us informed on your project. hak
 




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