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SOLD - Zacop 520nm, 1350mW, optically corrected and expanded for sale!

Minamoto Kobayashi

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Hello forum!
Today I decided to sell some of my masterpieces (or better, one of the masterpieces created from the cooperation of CDBeam+me myself :beer:).
It was a suffered decision, but I need a lot of cash for my next expensive projects, and since I have too many duplicates in my huge
collection, it is time to reduce it a lot :eek:

As the other projects, this was the first CDBeam masterpiece:

http://laserpointerforums.com/f45/zacop-laser-520nm-1350-mw-after-405-g2-lenses-corrective-optics-linos-95917.html#post1394302

Here is what You will receive:

The "Zacop" Laser:





The corrective optics module:



Two variable focus Linos beam expanders:



If possible, You will receive as bonus also 2x Panasonic NCR 18650B 3400 mah for free.

The price for all the items? With FedeX courier? With Paypal fees?
Well .. 500 dollars all inclusive !! This is more than an honest auction, this is real gift! :drool:

What You must know before starting to drool. :evil:
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Since I'm an honest seller, it's my duty to inform the buyer about every small detail.

1. This is a special Zaser build. It isn't the standard MrCrouse Zaser, it has the head bigger and longer. More nice to see, better heat dissipation,
but of course heavier.
Also the internal pill was changed in a better rock solid way.
2.The paint is really special: it was made in a triple layer by a talented coachbuilder.
It is a smooth, very strong and very nice to see grey metallized Audi paint!
It has the bigger grain available on the market. It seems to have thousands small jewels in the paint !!
3. The output beam is not perpendicular to the laser body:
this means that You must manually correct the inclination of the optical correction unit to center the input beam correctly.
It is a simple procedure. When You will have found the best position,
You can lock the unit with the dedicated nylon tipped screws.
I must warn You that the entire build will be heavy and obiouvsly unbalanced toward the head.
4. The beam expanders are used, so there are some external signs of wear. The rotation is smooth and the lens are not scratched nor burned,
but there are some small dust particles inside the input small lens.
One expander is fully working, in the other there is a missing screw, so if You rotate one of the focus mechanism until reach the end,
half body pulls out. For this reason it is better to use the second beam expander as spare part.
5. This unit mount three elements glass lenses. If You decide to use it without the optical correction unit, it is the best choice, but if You want
to use the optical correction unit, it is better to mount the G2 lens to earn a lot of mW.
6. If You decide to use the optical correction unit, it is a good idea to unmount the aluminum focusing disk and leave the focusing lens alone
screwed in the diode to lighten the unit.
7. If You decide to use the optical correction unit, it is necessary to focus the output beam to the infinity to achieve the best results.
The reason is that the internal optics was calibrated to work at the best with this setup.
8. The diode has no more than 10 hours of running time
9. The tripod is not included :evil:

This is all You must to know before to buy this special build.
For every other question please do not hesitate to contact me.

Richard.
 
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Re: Zacop 520nm, 1350mW, optically corrected and expanded for sale!

Man that's one awesome looking build. A CDBeam build, can't go wrong there. Best wishes with your sale. :)
 
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Re: Zacop 520nm, 1350mW, optically corrected and expanded for sale!

PM enquiry sent.

Andrew

:)
 

Minamoto Kobayashi

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Re: Zacop 520nm, 1350mW, optically corrected and expanded for sale!

Zacop already sold! This is was the fastest auction of my life LOL. Thanks Andrew!
 

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Congratulations, Andrew. Did you win the lottery? You've been buying everything that comes up for sale for the past couple of days.
 

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Paul, it's been totally unexpected to see one unit come up after another like this.
All the ones I've been drooling over ever since I 've layed eyes on them in previous threads.
It's certainly drained my account though, quick smart. :eek:
I've got a whole heap of photos I have to take now, that's for sure.

;)
 
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Congratulations again RB, you've got yourself another and another and another beauty. Enjoy them all. Looking forward to you pictures. I'm guessing is going to be Mac&Cheese for you for a bit, but it's so worth it. Enjoy my friend! :)
 

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Congratulations again RB, you've got yourself another and another and another beauty. Enjoy them all. Looking forward to you pictures. I'm guessing is going to be Mac&Cheese for you for a bit, but it's so worth it. Enjoy my friend! :)
Thanks Bob, it might just be stale bread and water for the next 12 months.

:eek:
 

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Thanks Bob, it might just be stale bread and water for the next 12 months.

:eek:
:crackup: "stale bread and water" thanks for the chuckles. :)

Ps, the thing is, it just might be close to the truth. Can't tell you how much Subway I've eaten in the passed year to build my collection. :)
 
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Congrats Andrew, you're definitely snagging some of the best laser builds out there!
This Minamoto Zacop is one sweetest deals I've seen. :beer:
 

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:crackup: "stale bread and water" thanks for the chuckles. :)

Ps, the thing is, it just might be close to the truth. Can't tell you how much Subway I've eaten in the passed year to build my collection. :)
My wife said stale bread and water will be good for my waist line.
I don't understand what she means, why can't they just tell us straight out what they mean, we're guys, we're not good with 'hints'.... :crackup:

Congrats Andrew, you're definitely snagging some of the best laser builds out there!
This Minamoto Zacop is one sweetest deals I've seen. :beer:
Cheers Jeff.
I'm very excited, a bit scared too as I hope it makes it through to "The Land Down Under", if you get my drift... :shhh:
 

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My wife said stale bread and water will be good for my waist line.
I don't understand what she means, why can't they just tell us straight out what they mean, we're guys, we're not good with 'hints'.... :crackup:


Cheers Jeff.
I'm very excited, a bit scared too as I hope it makes it through to "The Land Down Under", if you get my drift... :shhh:
I know what you mean, they talk in code and we're suppose to have our secret agent decoder ring on all the time. Like "honey your clothes are just shrinking" as she turns her head and giggles. I still don't see the humor in that one. :thinking: :)

Yes, let's hope border patrol is at lunch or better yet talking to their wife's about the fact that clothes do indeed shrink. That should keep them busy for awhile. :D
 
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Cheers Jeff.
I'm very excited, a bit scared too as I hope it makes it through to "The Land Down Under", if you get my drift... :shhh:
I can understand being scared, you've got a lot of very costly hardware coming your way. We're all hoping for the best, I'm sure all those "flashlights" will show up on your doorstep without any problems. ;)
 

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Hey, Andrew. Is there anyway that 520nm might get snagged by customs? I've heard your laws concerning handheld lasers is pretty strict. The others don't need to pass through customs, but that one.....

Might be better to get it sent in pieces. IDK.
 

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Thanks guys, yes Paul I'm already discussing it with Richard to break it up in two.
We can only hope.

:)
 
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