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Default Re: Testing Wicked Laser Arctic in laser lab 08/02/10; your requests are welcome

Steve toled me that the beam at aperture is ~1mm x ~2mm, I'd like to see is that's true...


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Default Re: Testing Wicked Laser Arctic in laser lab 08/02/10; your requests are welcome

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Good idea about measuring the power of the beam once it has passed through the goggles. We'll do that. FWIW, I think there are two goggle versions, and we received the less expensive version. Regardless, we can identify the precise goggle model when report results of that test.

To answer another question, I reached out to WL quite a while ago, requesting review units of various lasers in anticipation of our magazine launch (Maximum Tech). Coincidentally, this was right when news of the Arctic was just hitting. Long story, short, we have a review unit. I didn't order the Arctic via the typical channels. So, yes, WL knows who we are. To this extent, yes, it's possible a laser was cherry-picked for us -- a "ringer" if you will. However... we now have a second Arctic. So we will be testing two (both G1s).

What do you guys think about burning through a very large chunk of wax -- a large, dark candle? This wouldn't be so much a burning experiment, as a chance to capture some cool, telling video. Think the beam would burn clean through before the wax could drip and fill the hole?
That would be cool, I bet it would start to drip, but then would harden once it got big enough, another thing I really want to see is how big the beam is after shining 2500 feet - 5280 feet, I want to see what they so called dot looks like that far away, this will pretty much tell us the beam profile, at 1 mile I am sure it will be pretty big, but then we can do math and see what the divergence is, the bigger the sample number wise, the more exact it can be, also what battery versions did you get in yours? the ones people were showing they got were 1400mah, yet the extra ones you can order on there site are 2600mah, I realize that just is the longevity of the charge really, but still, idk, nice to see you are here jon, I am the guy that has been emailing you quite a bit
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besides the boiling water, it would only take a couple minutes, the water one is kinda hard to do, the magnesium would be sweet, that stuff burns SOOO Bright
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Focal length, please.
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Default Re: Testing Wicked Laser Arctic in laser lab 08/02/10; your requests are welcome

probably will need a focus lense for most of this. It'll burn wood focused to infinity (taking it as being equivalent to my 445 build) if you dont mind it taking a few seconds, but burning wont be too impressive without focus. The main things that havent been mentioned are heatsinking. How fast does the host get warm? if it doesnt get warm it either has a huge heatsink that barely raises temperature for the thermal energy put into it or has crappy heatsinking. damn the ambiguity lol. dont suppose its possible to measure its exact wavelength and see if it varies at all whilst on?
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What do you guys think about burning through a very large chunk of wax -- a large, dark candle? This wouldn't be so much a burning experiment, as a chance to capture some cool, telling video. Think the beam would burn clean through before the wax could drip and fill the hole?
Choosing material to burn through can be your own choice....IMO
It is the Power Output on a calibrated meter that will satisfy me..

As to boiling water... that depends on the vessel (and its color)
holding the water and the amount of water...

The Goggles experiment is also good...

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I doubt it'll be capable of igniting magnesium. It's hard enough to do with a blow torch. 1W isn't THAT much power

As for aluminium foil, I kinda doubt that too. Even if you mark it, it'll just burn off the ink and reflect back at you.

You may be able to boil a teeny bit of water in a dark metal container .. maybe.

I too would like to see the beam profile and divergence, and if it's going to live up to it's specs.
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I doubt it'll be capable of igniting magnesium. It's hard enough to do with a blow torch. 1W isn't THAT much power

As for aluminium foil, I kinda doubt that too. Even if you mark it, it'll just burn off the ink and reflect back at you.

You may be able to boil a teeny bit of water in a dark metal container .. maybe.

I too would like to see the beam profile and divergence, and if it's going to live up to it's specs.
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Power (plotted as a fuction of time)... with training and full power lenses
Beam diameter @ aperature
Fast and slow axis Divergence (take a filtered picture of the dot on grid paper @ 50+ feet)
Attenuation (OD value) of the uncertified Wicked Laser Shades if you have them.
How long it takes to melt a hole in the lens of the provided Wicked Laser Shades

See How many helicopters and planes you can shoot down.
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Have you even looked at the pictures that have been posted of the glasses? They have an OD rating on them, they also appear to have glass lenses, you're not going to burn a hole in them.
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*should I post pics of my glasses here or go to the plea for eye safety thread?*

damn those on the top left . . . look just like the NoIr shades I spent $80 on . . . in fact the last letters next to the CE mark looks like NOIR



what's even stranger is this pic shows two NoIr style #35 shades up front . . .



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