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Heatsink Compilation

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I use this for diode testing/labbies:




40x40x150mm, 40x40 12V fan, made from item profile.. click me :D
 
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I thought it would be good to dig this thread back up. theres gotta be some pretty awesome heat sinks out there..



just a few...


 
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I really like pHeneX's heatsink. That looks like a perfectly flawless way to keep the diode cool. What a awesome design!

EDIT: Although what I would do is put tape or something over the side 'openings' to create a mini-seal. That way when the fan is on, it would suck air all the way from the beginning of the HS, rather than just the back end of it.
 
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I use this for diode testing/labbies:




40x40x150mm, 40x40 12V fan, made from item profile.. click me :D
Did you machine this on your own?( making the hole bigger )
Does the module fit nice in there? are there any gaps? I would be really interesting in buying and turning this into a diode heatsink like you did. Very nice.
 

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I Drilled a 12mm hole.. Aixiz modules are pressfit, they sit pretty tight.
If you'd like one shoot me a pm ;)
 

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This is relevant to more than just the 445nm diodes. I moved it up here for everyone.

Peace,
dave
 




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