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Sibling Ehgemus 2.1W Silver builds

yobresal

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Made a couple more of these lovely lasers.
If interested in purchasing the price is $375 each.
They are both set up with the dual flexdrives thermal epoxied to heatsinks and the pill.
They both use the 405-G-2 lens.
The both run on a single 22650 rechargeable lithium.
They are both extremely sexy lasers with built in focus adapters.
Power on these is roughly 2.1W as seen below.
Here are pics of the hosts after the builds were completed.
Beam shots available upon request.
Also on the power readouts please disregard the "average" and "max" key at the bottom. The numbers provided by the program do not reflect the actual average and max output of the laser. You can use the "Max" number as a general average reading with 445nm lasers tested on this meter over similar time spans.








 
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yobresal

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Thanks Glenn, I really like these lasers. I contemplated keeping them both but can't really justify having 3 >2W lasers lying around. Maybe 2 but not 3.
 

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Man those are sweet. Can't imagine them lasting long.:beer:

These new Ehgemus designs really have some great detail. Love it.:D
 

yobresal

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Yeah one is taken already and the other may be taken on Monday unless someone snags it before then.
 

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Made a couple more of these lovely lasers.
If interested in purchasing the price is $375 each.
They are both set up with the dual flexdrives thermal epoxied to heatsinks and the pill.
They both use the 405-G-2 lens.
The both run on a single 22650 rechargeable lithium.
They are both extremely sexy lasers with built in focus adapters.
Power on these is roughly 2.1W as seen below.
Here are pics of the hosts after the builds were completed.
Beam shots available upon request.
Also on the power readouts please disregard the "average" and "max" key at the bottom. The numbers provided by the program do not reflect the actual average and max output of the laser. You can use the "Max" number as a general average reading with 445nm lasers tested on this meter over similar time spans.








Those are gorgeous
 




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