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*Updated 5-28* styropyro's Liquidation Sale

Rivem

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Re: styropyro's Liquidation Sale

I'm interested in the CO2 if your buyer doesn't come through. Definitely intrested in some 473nm lasers as well.

On the side, how the heck did you find a ruby rod that big for that cheap on eBay? PM me your secrets.:bowdown:
 



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Re: styropyro's Liquidation Sale

I would totally buy that Er:YAG if I wasn't already committed to another project. :(

Good luck with the sales!
 

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You can store whatever you want at my house;)
 

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You can store whatever you want at my house;)
Be careful what you wish for, my parents said the same thing and now their house has been transformed into a laser/chem lab. :D


I'll get moar lazors posted today...
 

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Do you have anything else to post?
 

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Got Styro's 589nm Spartan. Very nice. I've read these are DPSS and elsewhere they're direct diode. Anyone know for sure? Did they make both? This one was bought last summer I think.
 

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Got Styro's 589nm Spartan. Very nice. I've read these are DPSS and elsewhere they're direct diode. Anyone know for sure? Did they make both? This one was bought last summer I think.
They are absolutely 100% DPSS. A direct diode would be nice, but technology hasn't made it yet. Every laser "diode" within the ~110nm gap between 525nm and 633nm is pretty much only going to be seen in DPSS or an exotic diode design in a non-portable package.
 
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Re: styropyro's Liquidation Sale

time to get some laser's hahaha :D
 

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Cool. Does DL put IR filters in then? I'd like to get a proper set of goggles, even if it's only 50mW.

They are absolutely 100% DPSS. A direct diode would be nice, but technology hasn't made it yet. Every laser "diode" within the ~110nm gap between 525nm and 633nm is pretty much only going to be seen in DPSS or an exotic diode design in a non-portable package.
 

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Cool. Does DL put IR filters in then? I'd like to get a proper set of goggles, even if it's only 50mW.
OVNI, take a look at this thread Here, showing Survival Lasers safety goggles for 589nm wavelength, IIRC, these replace an older model that did not cover 589nm as well.
These seem to do a very good job! :)
 
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Re: styropyro's Liquidation Sale

Congrats on your 589nm. Wondering who is going to stop selling them next. Would really like a 594 that strong but the cost would be really high. Actually I wonder how strong someone makes a 594 in a handheld.
 




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