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Lasever >80mw 473nm Review

Blord

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I have measured the space in the head of the laser and the module can't fit it. It has room for 24.5mm diameter module and the 473nm module is 26mm in diameter. :(

I wouldn't say it is a ugly host. It looks very like the PGL host. The fit and finish is much better than those flashlight host.
 

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Not unless its entirely customized. Plus for an extra $40 or $50 their hosts match the PGL's
 

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The dimensions are in post #6 of this thread where there is a list of the specifications and picture of the module. Hopefully it will fit! :wave:

http://laserpointerforums.com/f40/lasever-473nm-handheld-module-any-hosts-might-fit-75080.html
Wait a minute the measurements, this is giving me ideas. Out of curiosity isn't the Lasever >80 host a CNI which looks just like the Laserglow Aries. They seem to be the same thing. I've seen the XDR10 beam expander in action and I just got to ask is there any way to get it or a comparable 473 coated expander for this laser?
 
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Wait a minute the measurements, this is giving me ideas. Out of curiosity isn't the Lasever >80 host a CNI which looks just like the Laserglow Aries. They seem to be the same thing. I've seen the XDR10 beam expander in action and I just got to ask is there any way to get it or a comparable 473 coated expander for this laser?
Now that would be EPIC! :beer::beer::drool:
 

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Glad I could help, and I especially don't mind since you have some really nice quality items and provide very good customer service to us! :beer:

Your are going to be very popular on LPF I think with the 473nm modules! :san:
 
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You guys are awesome.. so quick reply..

ZRaffleticket: I will check with CNI.

Lasever: Actually I am trying to do the frequency doubling from the 473 nm by myself. Just want to make sure if it is doable..
 




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