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Daedal, keep in mind those are diode arrays, not diodes. Powerful, but focusing the power to a spot for burning is a total pain in the ass.
 

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Wow, 100W, A 100,000mW laser. Imagine what would happen if they made those in pen sized gadgets. At 808nm, that thing would be pretty visible if focused down, even though you would only be able to look at the dot once.
 
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Wow, 100W, A 100,000mW laser. Imagine what would happen if they made those in pen sized gadgets. At 808nm, that thing would be pretty visible if focused down, even though you would only be able to look at the dot once.
You can't get a 100W dot from a diode, they don't makes diodes anywhere near that strong, you'd need a DPSS process. Even if it were a diode though, first try making the >300W of power needed portable, and then try heatsinking what is normally meant for liquid cooling :D
 

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Then to skip the liquid cooling all you have to do is tape two AAA's to the diode legs and use a 30 second on 10 second off duty cycle and you should be fine without the fancy liquid cooling system. See I have this all figured out ;)
 
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Then to skip the liquid cooling all you have to do is tape two AAA's to the diode legs and use a 30 second on 10 second off duty cycle and you should be fine without the fancy liquid cooling system. See I have this all figured out ;)
Your circuit seems to be lacking one key component.... the flux capacitor! Can't forget that one!
 




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