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Thread: 250W halogen bulb meets cardboard! :D

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    Default 250W halogen bulb meets cardboard! :D

    I was bored, so I decided to burn some stuff!

    Much more powerful than the WL torch (This is 250W), but the only problem is I dont have the special focuser or reflector they use, so its pretty much just straight from the output

    Very freakin bright! I had to put sunglasses on the camera

    http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=vYDXGFGfziE


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    Default Yeah now try pumping a YAG rod with 3 of these Blink blindness ensues!

    Still seeing the damn blue spots!

    Some cheap YAG lasers like the yag max use 1 or 2- 500 to 1000 watt halogen bulbs to pump the rod.

    Quote Originally Posted by Things View Post
    I was bored, so I decided to burn some stuff!

    Much more powerful than the WL torch (This is 250W), but the only problem is I dont have the special focuser or reflector they use, so its pretty much just straight from the output

    Very freakin bright! I had to put sunglasses on the camera

    http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=vYDXGFGfziE

    clicking on my avatar will show the tricolor photocoagulator resonator cavity from a Lumenis Varia eye surgery medical laser, which i am attempting to refit. It originally was designed to produce 50-1500mw of 532 / 50-600mw of 659nm / 50-600mw of 561nm (Yellow)
    Clicking on my Avatar will show a picture of the inside of this cavity with a 1cm bar diode in the first of 3 OEM postions & KTP holder.
    Caviar Dreams on pennies, well lots of pennies.

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    I get "We're sorry, this video is no longer available"

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    Hrm weird, it worked for me @ http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=vYDXGFGfziE

    Youtube has been abit screwy lately.

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