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512 Lbs of Laser for $22 (Medical Ho:YAG)

styropyro

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If I did the math right, that's a 6.4kW peak power!
 

HIMNL9

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Well, at least you now have all ready, the next time you need laser surgery :eg: :p :D
 

Cyparagon

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That could be used for hair or tattoo removal. Start a dorm business! No, that's a bad idea. Lawsuits aren't too fun.

my peak calculations concur with those of styro.
 

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Need that cooling system for my computer : )other then that what are your plans for a laser that big?
 

lasersbee

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Great deal you got there MM...
Well worth the drive...

What kind of Supply Voltage Amperage does it require
to run..

Jerry
 

diachi

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I thought you live in scotland?

EDIT: lmao didn't see the whole of your text in location under your avatar LOL Glasgow, Scotland, UK, Earth :D

-Adrian

Yeah, Scotland is in the UK, but not part of England ;) .

It's hard to find good laser equipment here, well the medical stuff anyway.
 

Hemlock_Mike

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240 VAC @ 20 amps is about that of an electric dryer. Not bad.
Now to make it CW !!!!!

Mike
 
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Wow! Sure looks like one hell of an adventure with an awesome reward to boot.

...and I see you've already set to work on developing a cheddar-flavored swiss cheese!
 




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