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    cool cheers, well i can upgrade mirrors at any time really. i wana get it built first.

    what about galvo mirrors, ive got dt40's

    whats the best mirrors money can buy??
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    Adam here's the thread you were thinking about.

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...allelectronics

    I was just glancing at it yesterday. Unfortunately the wider spectrum mirrors that I posted about are sold out. I stopped back planning on buying a few more... oh well... the Newport ones that are still there are pretty darn good too.
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    cool, so they are the mirrors to buy then once im up and running
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    *BINGO*!!!

    You win the Kewpie doll, Gary! That's the place: All Electronics. (Damned if I could remember the name, despite the fact that I ordered from them back in November.) I kinda thought it was you that posted it; wonder why I couldn't find your original post in the search? (Eh, just dumb today I guess...)

    But yeah, for just 12 bucks you can get a 99% + reflective mirror. That's a steal, folks...

    As for replacing the mirrors on the DT-40's, well, I suppose you could order some mirrors from Cambridge. God knows what you'd pay for them though. If anyone has a decent source for highly reflective galvo mirrors, please share...

    Adam

    Edit: Max, just noticed that you came in right behind Gary, also with the correct info. What a team!

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    ummm cambridge i may e-mail them and find out

    k ill upgrade m mirror onces its all built

    thanks guys, great to get some help
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    Jon was saying in another post that One Stop Laser Shop has some pretty good mirrors. Might be a viable *and* cheaper option!

    And yeah I'm just a little bit behind this morning... maybe the all nighter was a bad idea...

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    heres a vid you all might be interested in

    http://s80.photobucket.com/albums/j1...3012008035.flv

    my 100mw blue that was 120mw when i first got it, now wont go above 80mw
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    Just note this: >99% reflective for 488-694nm. So expect some more losses with your 473nm

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    well its gone from 100mw down to 80mw and thats without optics!!!!

    so optics cant make it any worse LOL
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