- Sep 3, 2020
Whoah that’s crazy! I read it but I didn’t understand a lot of it
Point it at a small, say, 40W light bulb and watch the filament burn out! BTW, my wife wasn't impressed....Yeah got the proper goggles. I purchased a focusing lense but haven't mounted it on the end yet, but it burns just about everything I tried with just the raw output of the tube, instantly catches cardboard and plastic on fire, creates a small molten spot on bricks and rock, it's wicked for sure
There are two crystal phases. 808 nM to 1064 nM doubled to 532 nM.I think that most green lasers use an infrared diode and a frequency doubler. I wonder if you could do something similar with your co2 laser and get a visible green beam in the 10 to 20 watt range?