I leave notes about a plan for the green locking especially on the PSL table.
(1) open the door of the MC13 tank to make the PSL beam go into the MC. Lock it and then optimize the alignment of the MC mirror so that we can later align the incident beam from the PSL by using the MC as a reference.
(2) Remove a steering mirror located just after the PMC on the PSL table. Don't take its mount, just take only the optic in order not to change the alignment .
(3) Put an 80% partial reflector on that mount to pick off ~200mW for the doubling . One can find the reflector on my desk.
(4) Put some steering mirrors to guide the transmitted beam through the reflector to the doubling crystal. Any beam path is fine if it does not disturb any other setups. The position of the oven+crystal should not be changed so much, I mean the current position looks good.
(5) Match the mode to the crystal by putting some lenses. The optimum conversion efficiency can be achieved with beam waist of w0~50um (as explained on #2735).
(6) Align the oven by using the kinematic mount. It takes a while. The position of the waist should be 6.7 mm away from the center of the crystal (as explained on #2850). The temperature controller for the oven can be found in one of the plastic box for the green stuff. After the alignment, a green beam will show up.
(8) Find the optimum temperature which gives the best conversion efficiency and measure the efficiency.
(7) Align the axis of the PSL beam to the MC by steering the two mirrors attached on the periscope.