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My New 1.8watt RRGBV Projector

Gryphon

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umm do you mean my tiny projector thread? thats a different projector all together.
Oh yeah, thats right! My bad :oops:

Sweet, so you have 2 projectors in the works, nice :cool:
 



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yes one fully working 1.45watt green

and two in the making

not 100% sure why they blew, one blew then about 20mins later the other blew?

something i need to be careful of when i sort the replacement
 

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finally got it fully working, all 5 colours

532nm
650nm
635nm
473nm
405nm






















 
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Your red seems to be a bit to big as in the 2nd to last picture you can see its fan up in the air : )
 

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Sweet man!!! So, would you consider this a true white projector? Also, how much are the Lasever 473nm modules? An RGB projector would be my end goal in this hobby and a set-up like this would be a good way to boost power without spending crazy amounts of cash!
 
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^It is a whitelight laser, yes. I believe andy is using analog modulation in his system, which results in a possible color palette of 16.7 million colors, although due to the lousy modulation characteristics of DPSS lasers, this is rarely realized in the real world.

@f22: Most diode-based 650-660nm multimode lasers like that will not fit entirely on the mirrors..


And as I said on PL.. Lookin' great Andy. Lovely work!
 

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:bowdown::bowdown:
does it have analog or TTL modulation? how many colours is it giving?
I think the price of lasers ONLY is about 2000$
 
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Your red seems to be a bit to big as in the 2nd to last picture you can see its fan up in the air : )
yep the beam from 635nm modules are always massive and never fit on the standard galvo mirrors.

Sweet man!!! So, would you consider this a true white projector? Also, how much are the Lasever 473nm modules? An RGB projector would be my end goal in this hobby and a set-up like this would be a good way to boost power without spending crazy amounts of cash!
a true white? its can produce white yes.

dont know how much ive had the laser for a few years now.

^It is a whitelight laser, yes. I believe andy is using analog modulation in his system, which results in a possible color palette of 16.7 million colors, although due to the lousy modulation characteristics of DPSS lasers, this is rarely realized in the real world.

@f22: Most diode-based 650-660nm multimode lasers like that will not fit entirely on the mirrors..


And as I said on PL.. Lookin' great Andy. Lovely work!
i wouldnt use anything other than analogue ;)

and totally agree the dpss module have poor modulation.

does it have analog or TTL modulation? how many colours is it giving?
I think the price of lasers ONLY is about 2000$
analogue
 

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I'm so loving your builds.... i am still working on mine.

Once i am finished it will be:
2x 100mW 405
2x 200mW 650
1x 100mW 532
DT40pro scanners

Aligning is not my friend and i haven't got the scanners to work yet as there seems to be a contact issue with some wires, need to solder them on i got told.
 

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:drool:
btw andy you are selling these (as custom builds), or it's only added to your lasershow collection?
if your seriously interested in buying it please PM me as it will be going up for sale soon.

I must have missed the video link, where is it?
on this page a few posts up
 




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