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lasersbee

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ND filter? That's ridiculous. Just use any 20-cent polarization film. Then you have variable output by rotating the film in front of the laser.
Your Idea is much better.... It's what I had
in mind.. but using ND filters to reduce power
of a low watt IR Laser is not really ridiculous....

Jerry
 
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Alaskan

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Yea, if low power, the ND filter won't be affected, for high power I'd never consider it.
 




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