"Which means that just looking at the spot on the wall can give you eye damage. But this baby right here sits at 200 watts, which means it's 400 times over the most dangerous rating imposed by the FDA!"
Things get weird when StyroPyro straps on a welding mask and starts firing the laser beam around his workspace. At 200 watts, the bazooka laser is capable of instantly igniting wood, cardboard and plastic. He even aims it at some gunpowder, which explodes, and some kind of flare mix.
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The business end of the bazooka is powered by four 50-watt diode banks, salvaged from standard DLP projectors bought on eBay. The rest is scrap metal, simple optical components and a focusing lens that concentrates the beams "for up-close burning." The safety switch? A screw driver jammed into a circuit breaker.
It's good to see America's young people applying themselves. I'm just glad he doesn't live next to me.