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I would like to introduce myself. I'm Luj8n. If you want to known my real name - there's a hint in my nickname... (You will never guess it haha) Btw if you didn't understand - I'm new. So... do you guys have any questions? (I just don't know what to write)
 

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I would like to introduce myself. I'm Luj8n. If you want to known my real name - there's a hint in my nickname... (You will never guess it haha) Btw if you didn't understand - I'm new. So... do you guys have any questions? (I just don't know what to write)
Welcome, Luj8n.
As I mentioned before, it’s good to start with less powerful laser, like 5-100 mw,
Not more than that. I recommend this because u will need to feel your laser, practice safe usage, etc.
Do you have any lasers right now? What safety glasses you use ?
 

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Welcome, Luj8n.
As I mentioned before, it’s good to start with less powerful laser, like 5-100 mw,
Not more than that. I recommend this because u will need to feel your laser, practice safe usage, etc.
Do you have any lasers right now? What safety glasses you use ?
Yes I have a green laser. I don't know the exact power, but I know that it's lower than 10mW. I don't wear safety glasses bcs its power isn't that strong...(I think that I don't need to)
 

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But if you are going to purchase an over Watt laser you will definetely need protection. I recommend not to use high powered laser indoors without safety precautions. And of course a safety glasses.
 
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Welcome!

As long as you're safe and sure that it is below 10mW you should be fine.
I highly recommend the Sanwu 304 series! https://www.sanwulasers.org/product/304green I recommend the 100mW green/violet just to start you off if you are into higher powered lasers. :)
You should also grab some nice and reliable laser protection goggles >here< if you decide to buy the Sanwu 304. These will help you in the long run with your green/violet.

Make sure you are familiar with the spectrum before purchasing random goggles though too. :D

Be safe!
 

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But if you are going to purchase an over Watt laser you will definetely need protection. I recommend not to use high powered laser indoors without safety precautions. And of course a safety glasses.
Yeah I know that. Safety glasses will come with a laser.
 




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