Welcome to the LPF. I live in Tampa too, if you ever see a big green dot in the sky it might be me :wave:
When I use my lasers inside I try to point it at something dark, and not just at the wall. Makes the dot less visible and the beam seem brighter. I personally only use goggles when burning...
Re: UPDATED group buy on CNI Lasers ENDS TOMORROW!
Wow what a steal of a deal on these 80mW 589nm PGL-C!!! Looks like i jumped the gun when buying mine last year.. I paid over twice as much for my unit :cryyy:
You guys are pretty lucky! and I am super jealous :banghead:
Well said Eudaimonium, I totally agree :beer:
I do believe every laser enthusiast should own a pair of decent goggles, it's just common sense and the responsible thing to do..
But like you said "Pointing around the room kinda loses purpose when you're unable to actually see the laser."...
I know some members might be mad about this but, If you know how to use lasers responsibly goggles are not totally necessary.. 50mW is pretty low unless you plan on burning things up close, you will be OK. I only use goggles when I am testing my lasers on a LPM or burning (which is rare).
Your not the only one.. And I'm in Florida too
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Nice review there :beer: Do you know what it's out putting?
That model looks a lot like my Rigel I bought from Laserglow, pretty sure CNI makes it..
Anyways nice purchase, and keep collecting those exotic wavelengths!
What's up Jeff, don't know if you see this thread, maybe I'll PM you if you don't.
I really hope I'm not :horse: but are you thinking about making any more WFTMs any time this year? I'd love to get my hands on one before my wedding in Aug 24th in Portland, Or.... PM me if you wanna talk more...
Nice yeah that's what I was talking about, maybe next time around you could try using the prism and or just the mirrors to try to get the beams to stay aligned for a longer distance?
Just kind of throwing ideas out there. Seems that the binoculars kinda act like a beam expander, making the...
I was thinking, hopes its not very confusing but.. What happens when you shine two different colored lasers at the same spot at different angles in order to combine the colors on the other side to make a new color? Might look cool