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Sander

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date created : 10-26-2012
made by : Sander

Hello Everyone,

I have copied/collected many links last year when i was busy to learn a lot about lasers.
One year ago i have build my first laserpointer and now i'm busy to finish my RGB projector.
I have learned a lot here from all of you people. THANKS !!
I have made a list where you can find almost everything what you need to build or buy your own laserpointer or projector.

Have fun to find what you need..
I like to share this all with everybody..
Every company in this list should be 100% SAFE/TRUSTABLE

:tsk:If you see anything #BAD or #NOT-LISTED, please send a message.



Chinese Projector Supliers

- Goldenstarlaser
- Eightonlight
- Laserphoto


Chinese Galvoscanner Supliers

- Canton Laserphoto Electronic Equipment
- CNI Optics
- Phenixtechnology
- Spacelas
- Eightonlight
- Goldenstarlaser


Other Galvoscanner Supliers

- Stanwax® Laser Shop UK
- JMLaser Germany
- HE Laserscan Germany
- Lasershow Parts Australia
- Spectrabeam Germany
- te-lighting store on eBay!


Chinese / Japanese Lasermodules Supliers

- Laser-Wave
- CNI Laser
- Lasever
- Ultralasers
- Shanghai Dream Lasers
- Viasho Lasers


Other Lasermodules Supliers

- CT. Lasers
- RGBlasersystem
- laser-man UK
- LIVE Lasersystems
- Kvant Lasers
- Laser NRG


(DPSS) 808nm CONVERTING CRYSTALS (BiBo, ND:YVO4, KTP, etc.)

- CNI Optics
- Ultra Photonics
- Newlight Photonics Inc
- United Crystals Company
- Roditi International
- Alphalas
- Crylight
- Casix


ENTTEC USB PRO DMX TRIGGER :

ENTTEC - DMX USB PRO


LASER DAC CONTROLLER & SOFTWARE

- spectrabeam
- RIYA
- LaserShow Xpress
- Laserworld Phoenix4 LIVE
- CT. Lasers
- Showtacle
- LaserTech Canada
- Hb Laser
- LightForce
- Pangolin Deutschland


SPECIALIZED in PARTS of DIY LASERS (heatsinks, lenses, drivers, hosts, glasses, etc)

- http://www.diy-lasers.com *sleds, scannerparts, diodes, lenses & mount*
- http://www.lazorlabs.com *ghostdriver, right angle prism, stickers*
- http://www.dragonlasers.com *glasses & diffraction gratings*
- http://www.laser66.com *G1, G2, housings & modules*
- http://www.survivallaser.com *Eagle pair glasses, Stickers*
- http://www.rayfoss.com *host, diodes, drivers, pointers*
- http://www.roithner-laser.com *diodes, lenses*
- http://www.laserglow.com *OEM Lab Lasers, Accesoires & Pointers*
- http://www.laserpointerpro.com *Laserpointers*
- http://www.lasersman.com *Laserpointers*

TOP 10 100% reliable companies/persons, i and some others personally dealt with

- http://www.laser-wave.com *lasermodules, dichro's, mirrors, mounts, aperture ar coated glass*
- http://www.cajunlasers.com *diodes, drivers, hosts, lenscaps*
- http://www.aixiz.com *modules, drivers, copper modules & blank glass mounts*
- http://www.o-like.com *tripods, modules, glasses*
- http://jetlasers.org *very cheap beam expander, very good laserpointers & great GB's (groupbuys by Hakaw/1wazkah)*
- http://www.insaneware.de *diodes, lenses, modules, drivers* # a bit expensive, but for 1st time buy within the EU here you go ;)
- http://www.bauer-electronics.com *LASERBEE ; very nice/affordable LPM's (laserpowermeters)*



PROFESSIONAL SECTION ;)


### If you have planned to build/ DIY your own extremely professional laserpointer ###

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Please contact Flaminpyro, Jayrob & DTR @#L#P#F# = l.a.s.e.r.p.o.i.n.t.e.r.f.o.r.u.m.s.c.o.m. ###

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They are really highly skilled persons who sells 100% guaranteed amazing high quality stuff ! ###



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Flaminpyro's Stuff ****
great seller of fantastic heatsinks, diode press in & out, wires, solderflux, a bunch of extra handy machined tools

[ laserpointerforums.com/f39/flaminpyros-stuf-67118.html ] <<-- [ paste this in browser ]



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Jayrob's Build Kits ****

great seller of beautifull laser hosts, lasever DPSS module builds, heatsinks, very nice modded high powered flashlights & Higpower LED (green & red) flashlight ! freakin'fantastic !

[ laserpointerforums.com/f39/jayrob-build-kits-lenses-other-stuff-listed-here-44227.html ] <<-- [ paste this in browser ]



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DTR's Lasershop ****
greatest seller of diodes, great modified lenses, fans, optic sleds, drivers, etc

https://sites.google.com/site/dtrlpf/home




#### IF YOU SEE ANYTHING :thinking: WRONG / NON TRUSTABLE COMPANIES, PLEASE PM ME OR POST A MESSAGE ####

### IF YOU SEE 1 GOOD COMPANIE NOT LISTED... LET ME KNOW... I'LL UPDATE THE LIST AT ANYTIME ### :beer:

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO GIVE ANY COMMENT ABOUT THE ABOVE MENTIONED COMPANIES...
IT'S FOR US ALL GOOD TO KNOW THE NICE & BAD THINGS ABOUT THESE SELLERS... ;)


:thanks: THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!!
 
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Blord

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Euh, you have posted in the wrong section. I appreciate your work but maybe the mods can move the thread.
 

Blord

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Even better, I have lived in Enschede a couple of years. The downtown has changed considerably.
 

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Thanks Daguin for saving my thread...
there are a lot of people who can find this very usefull...

Please if you have any comments. please post a message
 

Sander

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what do you think of it now it's more colorfull ?? :)
i think it's quite nice :)
 

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Why is this in the trades feedback + dispute resolution forum? It's useless here and will eventually disappear because it's not in a forum where people will seek it out.
 

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Why not ?? you can give feeback about the above mentioned companies ?? you mean this forum only have lazy people ??
Well, i think newcomers needs to know where to buy all that stuff..
And on the forums they can learn a lot about everything what they need to know about lasers. So they can put lasers or what else together with some help of other peoples. ;) i think it's the good section for it.. maybe i'm a little bit dumb or i don't understand what
section this is because i'm coming from the Netherlands.
Where should you place it ?? what section ?? please tell me :)
Thank you very much
 

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Why is this in the trades feedback + dispute resolution forum? It's useless here and will eventually disappear because it's not in a forum where people will seek it out.
Why not ?? you can give feeback about the above mentioned companies ?? you mean this forum only have lazy people ??
Well, i think newcomers needs to know where to buy all that stuff..
And on the forums they can learn a lot about everything what they need to know about lasers. So they can put lasers or what else together with some help of other peoples. ;) i think it's the good section for it.. maybe i'm a little bit dumb or i don't understand what
section this is because i'm coming from the Netherlands.
Where should you place it ?? what section ?? please tell me :)
Thank you very much
My bad

I didn't notice the board of the one I saved

I'll move this to General and sticky it for at least a time to see the reaction to it

Peace,
dave
 

Sander

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Thanks Hakzaw & Daguin...
Oh i didn't know what section i wanted to choose to post the thread in :)
It's ok in > General :) thanks for the sticky ;) i love stickies :p i smoke them everyday ;)
 
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Hi,

I'm new to building lasers. I'm working on an art project that will use diffracted beams (5mw) from green, violet, and red lasers.

I want to have the lasers be constantly powered, but have read that doing so on inexpensive modules might kill the diode, or greatly dim the effect of the lasers over time as the diode heats up.

1) Is this true?
2) If so, is there an inexpensive method to cool the modules?
3) If I am using clusters of 3 (1 green, 1 violet, and 1 red) modules, are there better mobile power sources than AAA batteries? 9v?
4) Is there a better thread than this to learn what I need to know?

I would greatly appreciate any insights.

Thanks,
Mike
 
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Another Dutch laser enthousiast :beer:

Welcome to the forum, and looks like a nice list you made there.

Cheers, SM.
 

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The downtown has changed considerably.
WHAT !!!:thinking::thinking:

You will need to check the Date if the last post so that
you can avoid getting some of these [
] for Necroposting...

Necroposting = bringing old threads back to life....

If you had some relevant information to add to the
Thread that would be fine.


Jerry

You can contact us at any time on our Website: J.BAUER Electronics
 
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micheal rosen

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remove "laserpointerpro" from that list. just take a look at their products and prices, they are a total scam. sory about posting on an old thread but that is not a company you should be steering people too.
 
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