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Default Re: What goggles for white?

Yeah I didn't even know those goggles existed. I'm probably going to have to get a pair myself.


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Ok, thanks guys, ill definately be buying a pair soon, they are expensive but not as expensive as a new pair of eyeballs .
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But seriously. Goggles that block red green and blue don't exist. You wouldn't be able to see through them at all.
Actually, they do and you can see through them mostly well...everything's kinda brown. I will have to find the link again, they use glass filters and are expensive but worth it if you really work with serious lasers.


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I think I already know what im gonna use, but thanks anyways .
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I know you only get one set of eyeballs, but $445.. ouch. I think i'll go with the ML7's for now in addition to the other pairs I already have. If I ever start dealing with multiwatt projectors, I might reconsider though. heh.
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Well, if its multi watt you can try the OEM ARG its OD 7 from UV to green. But yeah ML7 all the way.
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OD 6 at 405nm
OD 3 at 532nm
OD 2 at 650nm
Well, OD2 is not all that bad in reality.

Considering the typical red diode laser does not exceed 300 mW in power output, these goggles would still reduce that to only 3 mW, putting the exposure result in class 3A.

Obviousy staring straight into a red laser with these glasses is not a good idea, but it would offer reasonable protection against accidental reflections and such.
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