Homebrew Lasers. Florian Gahbauer. OSA Latvia Student Chapter Seminar November 5, 2007. Disclaimer.
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OSA Latvia Student Chapter Seminar
November 5, 2007
I myself have never made or attempted to make any of the devices described in this presentation or anything like them. Everything that I know about this devices I learned from the internet. Thus, I cannot guarantee the accuracy or safety of the designs. The purpose of this presentation is to present interesting ideas and perhaps stimulate future projects, but anyone attempting to realize these projects will have to take responsibility for their own safety.
At the same time, I have tried to give credit where credit is due, by including links. I apologize, if I have failed to acknowledge any sources of information.
Construction and operation of any laser device is hazardous. Do not attempt to construct or operate a laser without adequate safeguards and safety practices. Most lasers involve high voltages, toxic chemicals, high vacuum, laser radiation and other hazards. The author specifically disclaims any and all liabilities associated with the construction and use of such devices. Designs presented here are in the interests of providing information on operational principles only and do not represent safe nor ANSI safety compliant designs.
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