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Timvdlinde

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Laser safety goggles
Hello i am new on this forum and my english is not so good sorry for it

i want some laser safety goggles for my red dilda 200 mw laser.
Do you guys know some laser safety goggles for my laser, as cheap as possible. But i want to see The beam of my laser if i use my laser goggles

Thank you guys
 

ninja_tux

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Welcome to the forum! I don't think there are anti-red goggles that will allow you to still see the beam of the laser...red beams are already difficult for humans to see, and if you COULD still see the beam the goggles wouldn't provide very much protection.
Try searching the forums for "red goggles" and you should be able to find something

I don't own a pair myself (I don't have any high powered red lasers) but the ones from O-Like seem to be a decent deal: Red Laser Safety Goggles - $39.00 : O-Like, Quality Products, Great Prices
Keep in mind that anti-red goggles are always more expensive than anti-green goggles, although I'm not entirely sure why, I just assume the blue hue is harder to manufacture.
 

Arayan

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You can found cheap safety glasses from Dragonlasers but since the filters of the goggles were generally made by the complementary colors of the laser beam is difficult to see the entire beam but, in any case, you are able to see the laser dot. The only way to see the beam in a safe way is by means a camera :)

PS: Welcome to LPF :beer: if you want to delete your previous post use the button "go advanced" and "delete" :)
 
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You can found cheap safety glasses from Dragonlasers but since the filters of the goggles were generally made by the complementary colors of the laser beam is difficult to see the entire beam but, in any case, you are able to see the laser dot. The only way to see the beam in a safe way is by means a camera :)

PS: Welcome to LPF :beer: if you want to delete your previous post use the button "go advanced" and "delete" :)
Thank you for Fast answer:drool:
 




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