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Thread: Back to the basics... Which side of the bounce mirror?

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    Default Back to the basics... Which side of the bounce mirror?

    Ok, Little bit of a mind blank here, Which side of the mirror do I use? 1 or 2?
    If it looks like this
    |=reflective material ; #=glass ; > or < being laser beam to be reflected.
    1.
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    >|##
    >|##
    >|##
    >|##
    2.
    |##
    |##
    |## <
    |##
    |##

    Thanks
    Bsancken

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    #1 assuming first-surface mirrors

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    use the side that doesn't have the antireflective coating.



    Quote Originally Posted by bsancken View Post
    Ok, Little bit of a mind blank here, Which side of the mirror do I use? 1 or 2?
    If it looks like this
    |=reflective material ; #=glass ; > or < being laser beam to be reflected.
    1.
    >|##
    >|##
    >|##
    >|##
    >|##
    2.
    |##
    |##
    |## <
    |##
    |##

    Thanks
    Bsancken
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