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    Hiya everyone !

    In my surfing i came across some laser photos , i thought these were interesting enough to share .

    Seems like a lot of work for only a little ( green ) light
    http://www.issp.bas.bg/lab/LabMVLs/S...ebIM008092.jpg

    This ones the opposite ... 80 watts i think ..
    http://www.issp.bas.bg/lab/LabMVLs/S...ebP4180044.jpg
    http://www.issp.bas.bg/lab/LabMVLs/Snimki2/P4180008.JPG

    Wonder if they got CAA permission !
    http://www.issp.bas.bg/lab/LabMVLs/Snimki2/P4180023.JPG

    Its some sort of copper vapour laser lab ..hope you enjoy !

    To see the full set ... http://www.issp.bas.bg/lab/LabMVLs/Snimki2/

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    Correct my wrongness, but those look like SP 2020 tubes. Max 20W each.
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    and those goggles he has on dont look like they would filter out 532 ....

    infact that lok like my grinding goggles ....


    all the best ... Karl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banthai View Post
    and those goggles he has on dont look like they would filter out 532 ....

    infact that lok like my grinding goggles ....


    all the best ... Karl
    So it wasnt only me that noticed the inadequacey of them specs. Maybe he was more concerned about the thing blowing up and him loosing his sight by shrapnel.

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    If the same bloke wearing the glasses took this picture of the 80watt beam:

    http://www.issp.bas.bg/lab/LabMVLs/Snimki2/P4180049.JPG

    they are probably just very thick reading glasses

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    I noticed that too and thought it was strange..
    Also noted the "spagetti wiring" and the coils on the water lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marconi View Post
    I noticed that too and thought it was strange..
    Also noted the "spagetti wiring" and the coils on the water lines.
    That lab has done more for CVL then you might realize, that is where Spektronika came out of, and their other Bulgarian competitor.

    Although, damn, I thought my home vacuum station was crude.....

    Do note the world standard brown beer bottle in the background, with the ring of plumbing tef tape around its neck, some things are laser lab standards !

    As for the googles, they are for shrapnel, the thyratons pumping those babys run at 10-15 khz or more, at several tens of kilowatts per pulse.
    at those frequencies and powers ceramic cap shards are deadly missiles. Wonder if they are modern enough to use ceramic, instead of asbestos, wool in those pics?

    Wohoo, I'd gladly change jobs with him for a few days, although I think somehow he'd find the nanofiber and interferometric patterning labs very booring....

    want some CVL plans, head for this one

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    More insteresting photos ..

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    I bet Edmunds optics shit themselves when they got the order for that one

    all the best ... Karl

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    I wonder if the beam table is only 6mm LOL

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