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Super Freak 445nm Build "Fat Boy" >2.7W

Arayan

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It's insane, man...
 

InfinitusEquitas

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I love it... but DEMAND a name change...

That laser is no Boy....

It's a FAT MAN!

Also I could be wrong but AFAIK this is the most powerful single diode build to date:drool:

Couple of these super freaks, with some optics and you could conceivably do a 5W build:shhh:
 

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Hot damn, that is one freaky diode indeed! How do you even find these anomalies in a series of diodes? You just push a lot of current through and see which survive?
 

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No name, no male or female lasers....2.7w speaks for itself!:gun::gun::gun::gun::gun::gun:
 

BShanahan14rulz

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I have that host with the flashlight guts. 30W of input power.

Definitely doesn't control the output that well ;-)

Be careful about the metal, it is pretty thin in places, like tailcap, and can bend easily if dropped.
 
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Alright guys.:D

I was not able to get its true peak power tonight as you do know 445nm very quit a bit. I had already giving it a run when i got home and this was the next test i did since then which was a few hours ago. But i should be able to get the peak tomorrow.:)

None the less its still impressive:


:drool:

Its Pretty stable. Drops like any other 445nm does.:) Hopefully tomorrow i can catch it on a good day with the video.:wave:

X Drive V6 set to 1.83A;)







Ohhhhhhhhh DTR.:na:








j/k
 
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Oh My God kitty, LOL.

Nice work, once again. You're a freakin' animal brother. :beer:
 
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Do you see much of a difference between 1.7 and 2.7W?

Until I can melt metal from 20 feet away with a handheld, I think i've just about satisfied my need for more powah with 1.7W builds.

However, I still haven't even touched a 635nm build, so there is work to be done yet.
 




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