How Lasers Work (in practice) – Smarter Every Day 33

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How Lasers Work (in practice) – Smarter Every Day 33

Click to see the Minute Physics take on Lasers: http://bit.ly/t3APdt
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Johan has a website! He makes lasers! : http://bluefan.nl/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helium%E2%80%93neon_laser

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  1. I'd like to see what's involved in calibrating those mirrors. I imagine it isn't easy to aim a laser at a laser with perfect precision.

  2. If you please, my name is Robert. I'm extremely interested in building a 1000 W cleaning laser even if it takes a huge trailer generator to operate, I'm extremely interested in figuring out how to build it myself. I've seen of lot of lasers that people build online mainly YouTube, but I would love if someone could help me or at least walk me through the beginning stages of building a laser strong enough to peel the paint off of metal. I would like to clean statues for museums and churches that would not hurt the statue but clean all of the decay off. Please email me and let me know if you have any insight, I really enjoyed the video on lasers with your American friend. My heritage is Dutch and some from Norway and England but I think everybody has a little bit of everything in them. My email is Supersurfacetn@yahoo.com.
    Thank you

  3. I work for a company who makes some of the equipment used in this video. So nice to see it in use. I'm lucky enough to have a job that requires me to use the equipment in our lab, but it's not quite the same as seeing a real world experiment using it.

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