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Jeff Lelko

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FDA Recommends Against Using Laserworld Projectors
« on: December 04, 2017, 04:32:01 pm »

A bit late to the party on this one, but sharing to benefit anyone owning (or considering ownership of) a Laserworld or Ray Technologies International Laser Projector.  There's quite an extensive history behind all this as those of you familiar with professional lasers will know, but without digressing into the details here's a link to the communication: 

The FDA Recommends Against Using Laserworld and Ray Technologies International Laser Projectors: FDA Safety Communication

Disclaimer: I am not an owner, user, distributor, or dealer of Laserworld products and mean no ill intent towards anyone or entity by sharing this public information.
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Tim McCulloch

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Re: FDA Recommends Against Using Laserworld Projectors
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2017, 10:37:29 pm »

A bit late to the party on this one, but sharing to benefit anyone owning (or considering ownership of) a Laserworld or Ray Technologies International Laser Projector.  There's quite an extensive history behind all this as those of you familiar with professional lasers will know, but without digressing into the details here's a link to the communication: 

The FDA Recommends Against Using Laserworld and Ray Technologies International Laser Projectors: FDA Safety Communication

Disclaimer: I am not an owner, user, distributor, or dealer of Laserworld products and mean no ill intent towards anyone or entity by sharing this public information.

It looks like Laserworld addressed some of the FDA concerns, but not in the USA and not all of the issues the FDA found.

Currently they are illegal to operate in the USA but it's plenty easy to find them for sale.
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