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What is your favorite laser color / wavelength?

Your favorite wavelength:


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Mine is definitely in the 475nm range! :love:
 



RedCowboy

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If I had an orange or yellow I would no doubt love it, but right now I am enjoying 486-490 and dam if 505 isn't a beautiful emerald green with a hint of blue-ish shift, I would love to have a watt or two of 505 in a nice tight low divergence beam......it makes me sad when I think about it because BadBoyBilly also loved the 505 but his government is shit and they can't have anything over 1mw, beware of what you take for granted folks.
 

Alaskan

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Yellow or gold, after that 470 nm baby blue. What are you doing, bringing the forum alive to post about lasers?
 

ultimatekaiser

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Honestly it’s very hard to pick. I like 500.5nm, but i love 577nm and 612nm alot as well. I also have a fondness for the classic 694nm from ruby
 

Unown (WILD)

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I can't choose a favorite. Every time I think of one color I think about the rest and I just can't get myself to favor one over the other
 

Alaskan

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808 nm is a nice deep cherry red, but since it is IR, not considered in the visible spectrum, but you can still see it if enough power density.

Listing my favorites:

465-473 nm
488 nm
570-594 nm
 

Unown (WILD)

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I'd like to make a pink laser at some point. Maybe if we get a stimulus check I'll work on a laser.
 

Encap

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I'd like to make a pink laser at some point. Maybe if we get a stimulus check I'll work on a laser.
LOL
I assume you are making a joke---you are right--pink has no wavelength.
There are no pink lasers--pink is not a "color"name for any monochromatic spectral wavelength of light.
 
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Unown (WILD)

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LOL
I assume you are making a joke---you are right--pink has no wavelength.
There are no pink lasers--pink is not a "color"name for any monochromatic spectral wavelenght of light.
Huh? I never said it was it's own wavelength. What crawled up your rear end? You need to chill
 

Giannis_TDM

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LOL
I assume you are making a joke---you are right--pink has no wavelength.
There are no pink lasers--pink is not a "color"name for any monochromatic spectral wavelenght of light.
Yea... Cmon now we both know he meant a R/B or R/V laser. I think even C/R would work even better in terms of getting the right color mix.
 

Unown (WILD)

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I liked 638nm with 405nm. I was going to go with that but I might as well just build an rgb laser so who knows. We might not even get that stimulus
 




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