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FOR SALE 155.00 + Shipping
Hi, Here is a PL520B in a 501B host custom heat sink with deep fins for cooling, Flex Drive V5 set to 275mW/ G2 lens.
It takes 1X18650 battery LPM is at 130mW's. This is a single mode diode.
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Hi, FOR SALE 165.00+ Shipping
NUBMOA 450nm/G Ball lens 2X18350 battery, Side button,Copper core pressed in.SXD set to 4A some pics
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Hi, Here is a PL520B in a 501B host custom heat sink with deep fins for cooling, Flex Drive V5 set to 275mW/ G2 lens.
It takes 1X18650 battery LPM is at 130mW's. This is a single mode diode.
Thank You Rich:) View attachment 62693 View attachment 62694 View attachment 62695 View attachment 62696
I have just about the exact same green 501b big brother to this from Rich going on 3 years. Only green I bring out for pointing these days. It loves the cold weather..

Tring, I got a Christmas surprise 505nm Gift from Lifetime17:):) Rich could of clear powder coated the copper like the black coated AL host but I sprayed clear enamel on the sink and it's held up well, the pic show's going on 2 weeks;)
 

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Hi Peter, Enjoy it Merry Xmas buddy. I have my moments from time to time.I see you learned how to post pics that's awesome pal. Yes I remember that 501B in a green host wow its been that long ago.

Rich:)
 

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Those are all very nice looking builds, Rich and Peter. My daughter is supposed to come by today and will be able to spend about an hour with me. Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all of you.
 

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Thank You Paul,
Same to you and your Daughter Merry Christmas enjoy your time together today.

Rich:)
 

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Hi Paul,
Hey life is really short and it passes us by in a blink. Enjoy your time with your Daughter it's a great time of the year and what we make of it.

Thanks for sharing a moment. its really cool buddy.

Rich:)
 

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Hey Rich, I need a couple of adaptor plates for my new beam expander, I will drill and tap them myself but I don't have a lathe to turn down the pedestal, so I need a 1/2 inch long length of 2.5 inch wide round aluminum bar stock 1/2 inch long turned down to 30mm at 0.25 inch depth.

Here's a drawing, I could not get it to upload in a message for some reason. This will attach to 2.5 inch wide heat sinks that I drill for modules myself and/or a combined & corrected builds front plate, the adaptor plate will have 3 screw holes on the outer perimeter along with set screws adjacent to the attachment screw holes so I can adjust the angular alignment, but I will drill and tap myself, I just need the pedestal turned down.

Note: the 12mm hole is just for the beam to pass through, my module will be mounted in my heat sink that this adaptor plate will attach to, so no set screw needed and no need to rush.

Thanks

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Hi Red,
Ok will start it for you , I have the bar stock for this piece. The outlaws are coming over today for Christmas dinner so I will try to disappear for a few buddy.

Rich:)
 

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Hi LPF, FOR Sale.... 220.00 + shipping
Ok just finished a ML562G85/9mm/638nm/ G2lens/Twin Beam build. It has a massive AL sink with a CU core. I used a Black Buck 3 driver set to 2.4A, sinked with a large CU sink I did on the mill. It holds 2X32650's or 2X26650's The AL sink is over 300Grams my scale won't go any further so it weighs more than 300G. Wired with 22 AWG Sillycon wire Well here are some pics enjoy.

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Wow, and has to be massive in hand!:) and awsome run time..
How does the focus work with the 2 beams??
 

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Hi GSS,
With the G2 well not to bad but with a 3E or a 2E its a lot sharper. I haven't tried it with a BE yet Dont know if the lens will clip the beam.

Rich:)
 

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Very nice looking build (y) it makes me think about ways to redirect the beams and what about 3 double diodes abreast, you would have a crosshatch pattern shooting forth.......Hmm
 




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