- Oct 26, 2007
A fraction of 1 watt would be any wattage less than 1000mw. Whether it amounts to much, being hazardous, depends upon how well collimated the beam is and the mw output.Must have been a lot of people raising hell with powerful and portable lasers for this reaction. Tis unfortunate as I don't think a fraction of a watt of light amounts to much, at least when projected greater > 50 meters.
I think Handy Laser is a direct retailer for CNI.We need an LPF operated CNI reseller in the USA it'd be quite the investment. We would have to offer similar q.c. akin to LG but at prices somewhere between the discount price and the single unit price.
Agreed, how long now has the export of Poppies from Afghanistan, Coca alkaloids from Columbia, and Methylene-dioxymethamphetamine From Norway been outlawed? Despite extreme legal pressures exports continue and prices have even dropped on some of these products. Human ambition and creativity has no limits when adequately motivated. Those of us who have set our hearts on obtaining such dangerous and addictive devices yielding beautiful and exotic wavelengths will have them with little difficulty. Straw man tech and R&D DBA's and third party resellers are two of the easiest methods around existing limitations. I'm sure dozens more creative ideas could be arrived at by a quick brainstorm of the bright minds following this thread. Let not your hearts be heavy, for this is only a vague illusion of a problem put in place to deter the less motivated and intelligent light addicts in the world.Where there is a will there's a way...