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Man, I would imagine Titanium being a betch to machine on the lathe. Unless you mean assembling a kit made of Tit-an-yum. Note that it's got some pretty low spec thermal properties, so you can't really jam a 2W blue in there. :)
 

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Man, I would imagine Titanium being a betch to machine on the lathe. Unless you mean assembling a kit made of Tit-an-yum. Note that it's got some pretty low spec thermal properties, so you can't really jam a 2W blue in there. :)
tie it around an icepack or stuff some aluminum inside and titanium outside. That's what I got to do in my next build. Or even half titanium half copper or aluminum or whatever
 
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Titanium would be a betch to machine ,i certainly dont have the kind of lathe to do the job ,you need a good lathe with a silicon carbide cutting tip.Theres a place near me which is like massive workshop with allsorts in and you pay membership to use the equipment so ill have to go in and enquire !! it would be so worth it though polished titanium has something very nice about it ,shame about its thermodynamic properties , whats the heat like on a 150-300mw 532nm reckon its do-able? going to be saving that wavelength for a project as its got be one of my favourite color laser!!!

tie it around an icepack or stuff some aluminum inside and titanium outside. That's what I got to do in my next build. Or even half titanium half copper or aluminum or whatever
Hahaha icepack !!!only operational in snow of in the confines of the icebox in your freezer! Its a shame about its thermodynamic properties ,but it would be interesting to try and solve it within the design of the host ,using other materials would ruin the continuity of the asthetics.if run time and size wasnt a massive issue you could use solid state cooling ,but i have no idea of the costs these days just aware of it.


Welcome! I just realized i never made one of these
HEYhey joey,do it and post it on here !!!!
 
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ALright that was deserved ,if you going to make a point make sure that what your trying to aquire is at least spelt correctly right haha :na:
Just to be consistent with my grammar lessons. It's "You're".

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Spelled vs Spelt
 
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Just to be consistent with my grammar lessons. It's "You're".

These lessons have been provided free of cost. Once your 30 days are up you will be billed a nominal fee of 19.99 + tax.
UK and US grammar differ slightly for example color which is wrong and colour which is correct !!! =p i chose to spell it wrong on purpose ......hahaha

i dont remember subscribing to this spell checking service ,better come with free lasers !!!!! like a welcome bonus or something
 
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