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Default Hello from Wisconsin

Hello Laser Gurus,

I am here to feed the fascination. Truly I am beginning my journey in lasers. I hope to start exploring what is possible with some of the basic principles of laser light. I am curious what folks do with their lasers beyond beam shots.

My home is in Western Wisconsin, so it's more like living in a provence of Minnesota. News from Milwaukee and Green Bay never seems to make it far enough west for us to know what goes on in those foreign lands.

At 43 years old the most interesting job I have held was with a biomedical company. It was my job to teach / help Doctors to implant cardiac defibrillators and pacemakers. So although I have not soldered up circuit boards, I do understand lab safety and appreciate the safety protocols required to work with lasers.

With that in mind I need to ask a question. I have seen photos posted that show lasers of widely different wavelengths; how do you protect your eyes if glasses are designed to filter out specific wave lengths?

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I am here to feed the fascination. Truly I am beginning my journey in lasers. I hope to start exploring what is possible with some of the basic principles of laser light. I am curious what folks do with their lasers beyond beam shots.

My home is in Western Wisconsin, so it's more like living in a provence of Minnesota. News from Milwaukee and Green Bay never seems to make it far enough west for us to know what goes on in those foreign lands.

At 43 years old the most interesting job I have held was with a biomedical company. It was my job to teach / help Doctors to implant cardiac defibrillators and pacemakers. So although I have not soldered up circuit boards, I do understand lab safety and appreciate the safety protocols required to work with lasers.

With that in mind I need to ask a question. I have seen photos posted that show lasers of widely different wavelengths; how do you protect your eyes if glasses are designed to filter out specific wave lengths?

Cheers
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Hello SeaMorBlue. Some of the things I do with my lasers is melt cheese and try to make beer go flat Shooting a laser into beer knocks the CO2 out of suspension. just kidding, thank God for Wisconsin, Cheese and beer are my two favorite foods.

The answer to your second question is that most of the safety glasses cover some range of wavelengths but you will usually need multiple safety glasses to cover all the lasers you have.

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Hello Laser Gurus,

I am here to feed the fascination. Truly I am beginning my journey in lasers. I hope to start exploring what is possible with some of the basic principles of laser light. I am curious what folks do with their lasers beyond beam shots.

My home is in Western Wisconsin, so it's more like living in a provence of Minnesota. News from Milwaukee and Green Bay never seems to make it far enough west for us to know what goes on in those foreign lands.

At 43 years old the most interesting job I have held was with a biomedical company. It was my job to teach / help Doctors to implant cardiac defibrillators and pacemakers. So although I have not soldered up circuit boards, I do understand lab safety and appreciate the safety protocols required to work with lasers.

With that in mind I need to ask a question. I have seen photos posted that show lasers of widely different wavelengths; how do you protect your eyes if glasses are designed to filter out specific wave lengths?

Cheers
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Welcome! I am also from Western Wisconsin! at 26 yo the most interesting job I've had was as a tech with a manufacturing company that uses many lasers in the plant so the witnessing incredible technology is what sparked my interest in lasers again.

and yes laser safety glasses usually cover a range or type of nm associated with a type of laser. For example we have Excimer glasses that cover the lower UV wavelenghts that the Eximers emit ~248nm and separate glasses for the YAG lasers which are at different wavelengths.

they're measure in OD or optical density. Higher the number the higher the protection in that wavelenth.

here is a random example 100-25-130 532 nm, 1064 nm Doubled YAG Laser Safety Goggle
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Hi Matt, Welcome to LPF! Our members here hail from all over the globe. Lasers have been featured in biomedical operations through a specialist branch called laser medicine. There are at least 20 examples but the more prominent ones are excimer LASIK, cardiac angioplasty, hair follicle removal, tattoo removal and epidermal surgery. I agree with Alan and at least 2 glasses are required if one hopes to cover our garden variety incl 405, 445, 532, 635 nm. But there are more exotic ones in the spectrum of wavelengths : Filter Reference Chart
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Red Glasses cover ~190-540nm (Includes 532nm and 445nm) and are usually the more popular starter pairs.

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AHA a fellow "Matt" ! Good to know we dont have another little kid who just "wanna burn staaf!!" I always love it when we get a new member who is determined to learn and not just get a laser and leave.


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Hello SeaMorBlue. Some of the things I do with my lasers is melt cheese and try to make beer go flat Shooting a laser into beer knocks the CO2 out of suspension. just kidding, thank God for Wisconsin, Cheese and beer are my two favorite foods.
The answer to your second question is that most of the safety glasses cover some range of wavelengths but you will usually need multiple safety glasses to cover all the lasers you have.

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Thanks Alan, If there is ever a drought in your part of the world Wisconsin will be happy to send you water....as long as you order it in bottles with barely and hops!

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Welcome! I am also from Western Wisconsin! at 26 yo the most interesting job I've had was as a tech with a manufacturing company that uses many lasers in the plant so the witnessing incredible technology is what sparked my interest in lasers again.

and yes laser safety glasses usually cover a range or type of nm associated with a type of laser. For example we have Excimer glasses that cover the lower UV wavelenghts that the Eximers emit ~248nm and separate glasses for the YAG lasers which are at different wavelengths.

they're measure in OD or optical density. Higher the number the higher the protection in that wavelenth.

here is a random example 100-25-130 532 nm, 1064 nm Doubled YAG Laser Safety Goggle
Thanks SuperMar, I hope to find glasses that make me look cool! HA! If you are in Hudson, and you go to Pier 500 I'll be the one in red glasses drinking a Heineken. (import I know, sheesh)

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Hi Matt, Welcome to LPF! Our members here hail from all over the globe. Lasers have been featured in biomedical operations through a specialist branch called laser medicine. There are at least 20 examples but the more prominent ones are excimer LASIK, cardiac angioplasty, hair follicle removal, tattoo removal and epidermal surgery. I agree with Alan and at least 2 glasses are required if one hopes to cover our garden variety incl 405, 445, 532, 635 nm. But there are more exotic ones in the spectrum of wavelengths : Filter Reference Chart
Orion, well I don't have any tatoos but hopefully I will be able to prove some new quantum theory,,, and if that does't work I am going to open a tramp stamp removal shop.

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Matt !!! , hopefully I have been a member long enough to get in on the sky laser GB !
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