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Old 06-16-2010, 06:16 PM #17
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Default Re: 20 Ways To Handle Class 3b & 4 Laser Light

i don't feel it is too preachy. HIMNL9's point i feel is good. it is how i was raised. i wasn't just told to not do something. but i was always given an explanation of why something was bad. it always made me think.

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Default Re: 20 Ways To Handle Class 3b & 4 Laser Light

Awesome post guys. I'm new to lasers and I'm new to this forum. This was exactly what I was looking for. I'm going to continue through the safety forums.... just purchased two of the 1W artics and I'm scared to death .

One more suggestion that I think should be included in this thread is to keep the lasers away from anybody and everybody that isn't educated about laser safety. The thread seems to emphasize children, but I strongly feel adults should be included as well. Again, it's all about safety and an uneducated adult can cause just as much, if not more, damage as a child.
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Very nice!,

I'm still only a year into my experience with high powered lasers and this is a very nice thing to read. I must confess my safe handling of my lasers has dwindled since the first day I turned on my 100mW green torch, safety glasses on and scared. I guess you get "comfortable" and that is just not a good thing when dealing with anything that can so irreparably cause damage to you and your surroundings. I think the rule I tend to forget the most is probably #15 or basically my guests eyes. Ideally I would have safety glasses for everyone

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With the soon to be introduced 1 watt 445 nm lasers. Not only should this be a sticky as it already is it should also be required reading before any kid or young adult and mature persons can join this forum now that high power class 3b & 4 lasers will be available for little out of pocket expenditure.
Also I heard that if you are exposed to the 445nm beam for a long time you could lose the ability to see green. So not just the dot is dangerous. I am guessing that using the correct safety glasses would prevent this. I am still a noob so I'm not 100% sure
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You are correct. Goggles will help block the wavelength, and protect your eyes from the danger on many levels.
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I got caught by a refection and now have a small blind spot at the top right of my visions. Goggles are a must.
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I got caught by a refection and now have a small blind spot at the top right of my visions. Goggles are a must.
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well, I wish the info was still in this thread..
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Yeah, "I'm taking my marbles and I'm going home!" is a pretty s#itty way of living your live.
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