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    Default Whitelight Goggles

    Looking at googles I noticed these WhiteLight ones.

    http://www.spectronika.com/Safety.ht...ety%20Goggles:

    I know that welding goggles are a bad idea for projector alignment, so how do these differ?

    Anyone know?

    Thanks.

    Greg

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    Lightbulb

    I have seen those before. I tried to get some interest in a groub buy on CPF but got no hits... and now I;m not sure I got the flow...
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    For only 65 Euros this seems to be a good deal... But they are really ugly

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbk View Post
    For only 65 Euros this seems to be a good deal... But they are really ugly

    hehe
    laser goggle,protect from 450-680nm, the best choice for the laser show laser,only $40(FOB),you can see the picture at my gallery in this web
    http://photonlexicon.com/gallery/bridge?page=3
    Best regards!
    Bridge
    Last edited by bridge; 07-11-2007 at 03:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bridge View Post
    hehe
    laser goggle,protect from 450-680nm, the best choice for the laser show laser,only $40(FOB),you can see the picture at my gallery in this web
    http://photonlexicon.com/gallery/bridge?page=3
    Best regards!
    Bridge
    Great goggles! Where do you find them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbk View Post
    Great goggles! Where do you find them?
    Our corporation manufacture it.
    you can also see it in our webwite:www.jiepu.com
    any interesting ,plz contact me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RacerX View Post
    I know that welding goggles are a bad idea for projector alignment, so how do these differ?
    The goggles you linked to are described on the website as "welders style goggles", meaning that they have thick rubber frames and round lens pieces. However, the lenses themselves are rated for specific wavelengths that correspond to various types of lasers. They are perfectly acceptable, though they are a little funny looking.

    Standard welding goggles are designed to block UV light, though they also attenuate the visible light to a comfortable level. However, the optical density rating on a welding goggle lens is usually spec'd only for the UV protection. While they *might* also protect you from visible wavelengths, most of them are not specifically certified to do so. This is why welding goggles are considered a bad idea for laser safety. They're not rated for the same visible wavelengths that laser safety goggles are.

    Adam

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