I got bored one night and I took an Aixiz 5mW 635nm module and got the divergence down to .19 mRad after 15 minutes, that was fun. Only if my X105 had that good of divergence!Greenie said:I found on mine that if you take it real slow you can get it almost perfect. But that is almost
Is there a way to have your cake and eat it too? Meaning, can you use an Aixiz module and also collimate the beam? With a mod? Or do you need whole different module for that?things said:the aixiz module doesn't colluminate the laser, it just focuses it to a small point, and it has adjustable focus so you can change that focal point.
Focusing the Aixiz module "at infinity" is the equivalent of collimating the laser. You can do that on Aixiz modules with the red diodes.things said:the aixiz module doesn't colluminate the laser, it just focuses it to a small point, and it has adjustable focus so you can change that focal point.
huh? I don't see why you wouldn't be able to get one of your diodes pretty well collimated in an AixiZ module. Any way you look at it, its not gunna be possible to have a laser that doesn't diverge, but for instance: if your minimum diameter along the beam is 2mm, it would be possible to get divergence down as low as ~0.4-0.5mRad.SenKat said:So, Pseudo - it just most likely would not have very good divergence, right ? I guess I need to go back to optics 101 !!!