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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanwax View Post
    erm....405nm
    it will work also with 473 but may need angle tuning to get the least losses and a 473nm coated cube is cheaper

    Rob

    Any updates?

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    I'm interested in getting one of the 15mm cubes. Are there any left for purchase?

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    Gentlemen
    I have the 10 & 15mm cubes in stock but will not be able to sort you out until after 1st Feb as Im away for a week now. Anyone who wants one in europe drop me a PM and I will deal with you on my return - inc giving you a price

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    Here is the dual blu-ray set up from deadal...

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...php?albumid=57

    I think the loss I am seeing is about 10%. 66 to 70mW after the cube on my 75mW 4x and 104 to 110mW after the cube on the 6x. With the bounce mirror I am using that has 10 to 15% loss I am getting 140mW after the combine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    Here is the dual blu-ray set up from deadal...

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...php?albumid=57

    I think the loss I am seeing is about 10%. 66 to 70mW after the cube on my 75mW 4x and 104 to 110mW after the cube on the 6x. With the bounce mirror I am using that has 10 to 15% loss I am getting 140mW after the combine.
    That's a pretty sweet setup you got there

    Although, agreed on the losses... it was a shame to see that much go away just through 2 optics... I only worry more about how much will get lost due to the scanner mirrors...

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    I'll take one 15mm

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    im also interested in one of these 15mm preferred
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