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    Default diode housing group buy time :)

    Brass diode housings I have a overstock of at the moment

    3.8mm, 5.6mm, 9mm

    mix and match, if there is enough interest for 100pcs I can offer $15AUD per diode housing plus shipping
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    And, just two weeks after I already bought some.......

    That's a great price though!
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    The beginning of the 100:

    Bradfo69 3 - 3.8mm, 2 - 9mm

    Only 95 more to go!

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    I'll take four of the 9 mm mounts.

    That brings us up to 9. Just 91 to go!

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    4 9mm for captain swamipants..
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    I am in for 4 9mm and a 3.8. I still have to use the set from the last group buy for the 5.6mm... We need a 520nm diode group buy after this .

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    82-83 to go. We're about 20% there!

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    I might be interested. Do you have any details on the mounts? I'm not entirely sure what kind they are.

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    Here is a picture of the adjustable 5.6mm type. The normal ones, the diode drops into a cavity in the main brass block

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    Sorry to be slow, but... what can be adjusted on the adjustable mount that can't be adjusted on the normal mount? It looks like there are four mounting screws that will hold the plate against the main mount body... Do these have some "wiggle room" compared to the diameter of the screws so you can 'center' the diode with respect to the collimator?

    Is there any angular adjustment possible between the LD and the face of the collimator? Doesn't look like it, but I have not seen a mount that offers that degree of freedom.

    I'm assuming it's straightforward to rotate the diode in either mount to adjust polarization?

    Thanks for the info for the n00b...

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