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Hi all, I apologize in advance for the English, I use
Google translator. I would like to buy a more powerful
laser that would be visible beam while the
able to burn things. So I originally thought about
green laser, but it is possible that I choose for example
blue. If possible I want a laser that is capable of
continuous operation, ie with good cooling. therefore
Of course, I choose the type of laser flashlight. I would like to be focusable and, if possible, to include a key lock.
The price should be up to 150 dollars (even slightly more).
Originally I wanted to buy a laser from Lazerer, but I found the pages where lasers are cheaper, I would like to ask you what your experience with the site and laserpointerpro laserpenshop? I welcome the recommendation for some good models of lasers.
Many thanks in advance for responses.
 
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Re: Help me choose a laser.

Thank you for the warning. :gj:
So I avoid laserpenshop and rather buy elsewhere.
 

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Re: Help me choose a laser.

So what about those siteslaserpointerpro ?
They have quite interesting prices and intrigued me that the lasers are often
state that are capable of continuous operation, even if
laser looks the same, than from any other manufacturer, but which
states such as mode 120 seconds on and 30 seconds off.
Do you think that the information is credible?
 

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Thank you very much for the link. :thanks:
That I somehow overlooked in the search. :thinking:
So, from this site also prefer not to buy.

When viewing the lasers I found one picture
laser, which has a beam from the mouth kind of loop (see
attached figure). You do not know what the loop is? what
anyway?
 

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Looks like a sort of tool to adjust the focus... there are two holes that it fits into and when you spin it it turns the focus knob. I could be wrong though.
 

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405nm burns better at a distance, 445/450nm burns best up close, 532 is the brightest to our eyes and burns well on things not green/blue, 635/650nm burns well on things not red/yellow/orange/tan. Blue and purple objects are not common so 405/445/450 burn pretty much everything you'll want to burn.

532nm is the most inefficient (most waste heat and highest price for power) of the wavelengths I listed.

Lazerer is a good choice, I've bought from them before and the service was great, and the product was better than I paid for. They are closed until February though.
 




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