- Aug 25, 2007
so what does a safety goggle actually do? change wavelength or dissipate amplitude or both?
Seems they must be reflective in most applications . . .
At the bottom of your post, you will find a button labeled "edit." You can use that button to add to your post. You do not have to post a second time. Just edit the existing postoh OEM is a brand . . . heh . . . that's kinda lame . . .
If you wish to reply to multiple posts at once, you can use the "multiquote" button on all but the last post to quote. All of them will show up in your post. You can reply to them individuallyI guess quick reply doesn't reference the post you reply to?
apparently not . . .
Thanks, just asked noirlaser and posted a question on the 445nm LaserGlow Discount stickyUnless they are shipping out a pair that are not listed on their website I would assume an OD of < 3 @ 445nm judging from this link: Green 532nm LaserShields Goggles
Even though its for 532nm, it's the best i can find.
Though Noir Laser does offer shades that have an OD of 5+ @ 445nm.