I'm doing a school project and I'd like to know the ideal wattage and color you'd use if you were to use a laser to peel a potato. Ideally, it would burn the skin off but not do that much damage to the meat.
Also, would this be practical considering the amount of power it would take?
Gun, I subscribed. My channel name is "Build Something Dangerous"
I haven't uploaded any laser videos yet.
I could film some if you want me to. I have my 200mw green laser, I could do some stuff.
Also, could we just email/dropbox/mediafire a download for the video file?
I'm about the same age as you guys, Gun and Laik.... I feel I can be safe with a laser because I have read a ton about safety and stuff, even how lasers work.
Laik I'm asking because of my little brother, he is 10.
Thanks for your opinions guys, and stories about idiot "adults." :thanks:
How old do you think someone should be to handle/operate/view high power lasers? (Like 200mw-2w)
A lot of kids wouldn't be responsible enough to wear safety glasses I think, but some could be.
I am asking because of my ten year old brother.
Hey! Someone told me I should introduce myself in the welcome section....
I currently have one 200mw green laser, and I plan to get more once I get some good goggles, and money :P
I am very interested in DIY lasers, especially unique ones (like diodes put in guns and stuff like that). If...
This is my first post, so yay.
I apologize if any of these questions are stupid or repetitive.... I just really want to make sure my eyes will be safe.
I am planning to work with 405-532nm lasers, ≤2W. I want to know if these goggles are suitable for those kinds of lasers.....