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LewDude

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There are lots of lasers being used in the following pics. Likely identifiable, but if you are left guessing, just ask and I'll be more specific.

Mirrors used - newer ones from member Gadget have proven very useful!! I love my mirrors!
Where you see a distinct circle - it's a new glass piece from ebay: "KingKube" : Link

Wavelengths Used:
460nm
490nm
505nm
520nm
538nm
650nm
And as always sprinkled in - Aixiz RBG (450/532/650)



videotogif_2018.10.15_19.54.07 by Lewie Wilkinson, on Flickr



















How a smile is born:
videotogif_2018.10.16_17.08.04 by Lewie Wilkinson, on Flickr
 

paul1598419

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Looks like you've been busy, Lew. Several nice ones in there. I notice you like separating your RGB laser with a diffraction grating. That sort of defeats the purpose of having it as you can't see the color of the combined beams. You can make a yellow and as long as you don't run it through a grating or prism it should remain yellow in your photos. Thanks for sharing them here.
 

Nexgen

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That’s cool pics, Lew. You really need that yellow in your collection. Thanks for sharing.
 

BowtieGuy

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Nice photos and videos, Lew! :)
Thanks for sharing these with us, much appreciated.
 

LewDude

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2 Replies about YELLOW! It is certainly the missing wavelength.
Had a nice surprise from my CPA this weekend, and justifying a yellow purchase hurts a tad more now. But whats a few hundred bucks if his screw-up could mean several thousand?!?
The hunt shall continue. "Y-Bhemes" will be mine. LOL

Thanks everyone!!
 

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Sweet beams. I like the creativity with the setup. Great use of common items mixed with not so common. Since you said you love mirrors, never pass up a junk big TV from the 90's...... they have a front surface mirror inside that's like a yard square.
 

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Wow, Lew! 8445 is AMAZING!
What sorcery is that making those bright "circles" in the middle? Is that beam overlap bright spots?
 

LewDude

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Wow, Lew! 8445 is AMAZING!
What sorcery is that making those bright "circles" in the middle? Is that beam overlap bright spots?
Haha - it's a neat little glass bit that creates the circle - pointed into the 'fold' of the 2 largest mirrors you made. He's a gif that might show you a bit more 'behind the scenes':

videotogif_2018.10.15_19.57.34 by Lewie Wilkinson, on Flickr
 

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Hey Lew,
More great pics. I like 8653 and 8675 the best. Keep on posting
 




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