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Old 08-31-2010, 01:27 AM #1
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Default So glasses are just for accidental reflections?

So, if I point my laser at a white wall 5 feet from me, I don't need glasses? They're just for burning because it's real close, and for accidental light bouncing back into you eyes?


This is 50mw we're talking about.


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Default Re: So glasses are just for accidental reflections?

That's 50 mW that YOU'RE talking about...

If you use a Laser that is over 10mW...you should
be using Laser Safety Goggles... (End of sentence)

If you choose to yank at the Devil's tail that is your
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That's 50 mW that YOU'RE talking about...

If you use a Laser that is over 10mW...you should
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Default Re: So glasses are just for accidental reflections?

Just like seatbelts are just incase your get in a wreck, you should still use them regardless
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Default Re: So glasses are just for accidental reflections?

If you're using the laser outside or pointing at nonreflective objecs 20+ feet away you don't need the goggles. Anything other than that and the goggles are a good idea.
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