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can any of these cut thin sheets of metal like i remember watching in some show
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can any of these cut thin sheets of metal like i remember watching in some show
I think that might need a bit more power, like 3-4W.

I really don't know though, and it depends on the metal.
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post #63 of 200
Just purchased mine Bought a 125mW green from WL last year and it was fairly strong. Popped balloons in 3-5 seconds, lit matches in about 3 seconds and burned a hole through dark fabric in 3-5 seconds. It even was able to melt the black plastic on the case that came with it and made it looked like it was engraved. Visibility was several miles....easy. Was able to put a dot on water towers from across town, but then it was a solid green beam back to the source....me. When the laser was shined into the sky, a friend a few blocks away was able to barely see the beam from his house. Definitely have to be careful with anything this high powered.

Anyone looking for more info on lasers in general should start at www.laserpointerforums.com
post #64 of 200
BEAST!

I've actually been looking into building my own portable laser with a blu-ray diode.
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BEAST!

I've actually been looking into building my own portable laser with a blu-ray diode.
From what the members over at www.laserpointerforums.com have been saying, the Spyder III Arctic Series is cheaper then a DIY blu-ray.
post #66 of 200
oh god yes.
i LOVE lasers. but, hmm. this one sounds really dangerous actually. personal protection? XD. i guarantee this would cause any person that is wanting to rob you freak out. i mean, point and light?

i might buy one of these
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Even though I will get one of those, I will still carry my black belt taekwondo license with me in the alleys at night =P
Have fun getting beaten up by guys who don't care about fancy spinning kicks (I really hope you are joking...or just don't traverse alleys.
post #68 of 200
http://www.wickedlasers.com/lasers/S...ies-96-37.html

Insane! It has you check like 7 points and acknowledgments, then gives you a huge page on info of why you shouldn't even know of this laser... I was going to buy it but now I think I would be too afraid to use it.
post #69 of 200
After reading all the safety stuff on their website you would think they are trying to convince people not to buy it.

This blue Arctic laser looks like the laser pointer add-on in Crysis. It's got that look to it.

I might get one of these. Don't know if I would ever use it though for fear of breaking some law or blinding somebody or myself.
    
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1W for $200, I..don't...understand..
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