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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #50 on: March 14, 2011, 07:38:02 am »
that is until you have bled severe;y of course
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #51 on: March 14, 2011, 07:45:13 am »
that is until you have bled severe;y of course
it wont bleed, as laser will burn instantly while going through clogging any blood vessel... err, i saw that in "starwars".
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #52 on: March 14, 2011, 07:56:53 am »
well I guess if you saw so in star wars it mush be so  ;)

Ok so what if your shot in the chest with it ? the human heart does not take too well to having holes put in it.
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #53 on: March 14, 2011, 09:24:42 am »
will be different if its vital organs. thats why, in starwars the jedi or sith will aim to the heart with their light saber.
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #54 on: March 14, 2011, 02:41:07 pm »
will be different if its vital organs. thats why, in starwars the jedi or sith will aim to the heart with their light saber.
I thought they just cut off hands and sliced people in half.
We saw the holes that the device made...a shot in the heart that produced a hole that big would be a major issue. However I don't know if the resulting hole would be that big. That piece of plastic the guy shot looked a lot like styrofoam.
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #55 on: March 14, 2011, 03:37:48 pm »
I thought they just cut off hands and sliced people in half.
they can cut off hand or minor part, but they cannot sliced people in equally sized half, thats "uncivilized" by their book ;D they need to make a clean death (i dont know whats coming into my mind)

That piece of plastic the guy shot looked a lot like styrofoam.
i noticed the gun in the video is not so powerfull as the guy try to put the target as close as possible. a ballon? gimme a break! but i believe he made one step ahead on becoming a jedi (or probably.. a sith)
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #56 on: March 14, 2011, 04:48:57 pm »
The effects on tissue will be different.  They should shoot a piece of meat and that would be accurate to human flesh.  Its a thermal issue and I imagine thermal impedance will have everything to do with it.

The term Shafri is looking for is cauterize.
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #57 on: March 14, 2011, 04:55:07 pm »
It reminds me of a diode pump laser.  We have a factory near by in Santa Clara, California, U.S.A. that makes diode pump laser.  Those are corded models that requires a plug in AC 120 Volts 60 Hz here.  This one looks like a cordless model.  It can be a useful product for spot welding or small hole drilling in automobile body and fender repairs and drilling holes in circuit boards.  It can be mounted on a mount like a photographic enlarger as a photon or laser drill press.  There are lots of commercial and business opportunities here along with the liability of selling a cordless laser.  Most cutting lasers at the Anthro furniture factory in Tualatin, Oregon, U.S.A. is a carbon dioxide tube laser, a very large unit.  The air force has a giant tube laser and giant power supplies in a large passenger airliner jet platform that cuts missiles in half in flight.  Epilogue, Colorado, U.S.A. has a laser mounted on an X,Y track that cuts materials like fabric, paper, wood, and polymer plastics.  Circuit boards could be trimmed with this X,Y track mounted laser.  Most industrial material cutting lasers are carbon dioxide lasers.  This is the smallest one that I have seen, thanks for showing it.

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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #58 on: March 14, 2011, 06:21:58 pm »
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #59 on: March 14, 2011, 06:26:47 pm »
yes we buy many metal items at work that are cut out by laser
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Re: Good Bye Beautiful Eyes
« Reply #60 on: March 14, 2011, 08:17:08 pm »
The effects on tissue will be different.  They should shoot a piece of meat and that would be accurate to human flesh.  Its a thermal issue and I imagine thermal impedance will have everything to do with it.

The term Shafri is looking for is cauterize.

Not much would happen, I've seen the effects of much more powerful pulses (close to a joule) from an Nd:YAG, at a beam diameter of about 1cm. Just some red burns, but as long as you don't stick around in the beam, nothing serious. (And from what I've heard from those who have done it, it's painful enough that you're not going to wait for a second pulse if you can help it)

With focus, it'll cut. But it will be a shallow cut, as they work by ablation. Basically, the thermal effect from lots of optical energy arriving in very little time makes the surface layer of the material explode, creating a cloud that scatters and defocuses the beam. So you can't go very deep with a single pulse unless it's very powerful indeed.
 


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