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Comments • 6 896

  • YouTube
    YouTube Month ago +8278

    from sunlight and a microscope to a laser chainsaw 🤯

    • Pai Suk
      Pai Suk 22 hours ago

      Hello Clip-Share

    • Asim Hussain
      Asim Hussain 2 days ago

      Cringe. Fire your PR department in charge of making meaningless comments and reallocate those funds to actually fixing the site...

    • Joel Cathey
      Joel Cathey 2 days ago

      *magnifying glass

    • began
      began 4 days ago


    • Alexander Ortega
      Alexander Ortega 5 days ago

      Clip-Share WASSUP

  • Tyraniccus
    Tyraniccus Month ago +12238

    There isn’t a single three letter organization that doesn’t have this man on a watchlist

  • Borivoje
    Borivoje Month ago +1323

    I love practical lasers. That's insane!
    Also the Bad Apple at the end was lovely.

  • GunsReblued
    GunsReblued Month ago +277

    This man is on so many watchlists it’s like he’s collecting them like medals

  • Asher Lehman
    Asher Lehman 22 days ago +9

    You should double the laser wavelength with a nonlinear crystal, like green laser pointers do, a 2000w green laser would be amazing

  • DrPepper God
    DrPepper God Month ago +319

    At the start I was also pissed that they weren't wearing protective gear. I've watched enough of the styropyro to make me want to wear goggles even if the laser isn't very strong

    • Cewla
      Cewla 18 days ago

      *keychain lazer"

    • BHBalast
      BHBalast 19 days ago +5

      ​@The Things You sound like a person that wouldn't warn a blind person that is heading into red light, just because his death isn't your problem. I don't think it's a healthy attitude, but I won't say it doesn't work for you. I think caring about such basic stuff is needed, one day someone will care about you.

    • J F
      J F 23 days ago

      @Noctua MC hes even wearing a safety third shirt :O

    • Orion Hunter
      Orion Hunter 26 days ago +13

      @The Things he dies -> no more videos -> sad

  • RailsBlaze121
    RailsBlaze121 Month ago +5

    Never thought we would go from simple sunlight to Super Advanced Laser Chainsaws. Wow!

  • BlazetheGame
    BlazetheGame Month ago +4800

    “Florida Man accidentally cuts an entire forest down with a doomsday laser” is my new favorite news headline

  • NinjaSquid
    NinjaSquid Month ago +186

    The taking the safety glasses off to just reveal more safety glasses was a great touch

      SCINTILLAM DEI 17 days ago

      It's a cliché.

    • Joseph Jester
      Joseph Jester 19 days ago

      The glasses underneath glasses is a joke from the movie "Airplane!"

    • NinjaSquid
      NinjaSquid 21 day ago

      @Ray L that's a good question

    • Ray L
      Ray L 21 day ago +2

      How many layers of safety goggles would it take to give the same 1/100th of a second protection of a brick?

    • Just A Guy Here.
      Just A Guy Here. 23 days ago

      I'm your 100th liker here & bye.

  • Fight Me
    Fight Me Month ago +165

    Thank you for actually addressing the safety concerns in this video! It really goes a long way to show that you care!

    • neisjo
      neisjo 20 days ago

      Safety is always first

    • UJustGotGamed
      UJustGotGamed 23 days ago +4

      a lot of people don't pay attention to the fact that looking at the spot on a wall can blind you a billion gazillion times faster than you can blink

    • Arcturus Light
      Arcturus Light 23 days ago +2

      Ye, some people don't realize that risking a chance of setting your eyeballs on fire can be a bigger deal than chance of setting your house on fire (atleast when it's just your house). I don't know how well can this type of laser reflect off regular metals that it is supposed to be used on, but I suspect some shiny or glass object can send a stray ray into yer face and ruin the retina in microseconds.

  • Purplesanta
    Purplesanta 11 days ago +3

    I like how he carries on smiling, when one mistake could kill him.

  • UniversalFox
    UniversalFox Month ago +83

    I'm an arborist, and one day, I hope there will be a light saber invented. That would be my favorite tool to use in a tree company. From tree to slabs in minutes ❤ Meanwhile, planting some trees along the way.

    • Jacob Furnish
      Jacob Furnish 4 days ago

      I'm also an arborist. I was thinking the same thing. Computerized lazers that make face cuts with no Dutchmen, then use AI to predict with 95% accuracy the exact location where the tree will fall! Or, better yet, no more needing to climb trees to cut off dead limbs. Just stand on the ground and cut them off with the lazer!

    • micro wave
      micro wave 6 days ago


    • ᛋᛒᛖ‍ᚱᚫᛞᚻᛏ
      ᛋᛒᛖ‍ᚱᚫᛞᚻᛏ 18 days ago

      @darugdawg I'll bet your right. The farther away it gets way more inefficient the laser is and the energy involved is quite a lot. Energy is energy and it depends on if you want to use yours and eat more food to compensate which uses energy on the whole processing of food infrastructure or use the energy of the laser which uses the energy the power plants consume.

    • darugdawg
      darugdawg 18 days ago

      its not very efficient. from price to epectricity bills

    • ᛋᛒᛖ‍ᚱᚫᛞᚻᛏ
      ᛋᛒᛖ‍ᚱᚫᛞᚻᛏ 21 day ago +1

      I so want to try to trim branches with one of these and be able to just stand on the ground and not have to mess around with a ladder.

  • Blalack77
    Blalack77 Month ago

    Damn.. I want one of those super lasers. Can you teach us how to make a small, cheap version of it?

  • Jack Mears
    Jack Mears Month ago +3550

    Kevin has gone from basic chemistry to making actual weapons. Quite the legend

    • Alex 5432
      Alex 5432 20 days ago

      @GummySatan2 It took me longer than I can describe to notice the s...

    • GummySatan2
      GummySatan2 20 days ago

      ​@Alex 5432wtf is chesmistry?

    • Korben The Dog
      Korben The Dog Month ago

      Weapons? Buddy, with what he just did with that dollar bill, I mean this with all seriousness, he's legitimately a threat to national security now. I seriously am worried the FBI is going to call him for this.

    • A Nother
      A Nother Month ago

      @Kol Vann Yes, a sniper hauling a giant box on wheels won't attract any attention, especially when he asks if there's anywhere he can plug it in. 😁

    • Old Testament Texan
      Old Testament Texan Month ago +1

      This is how we get remote controlled lasertanks.

  • Radagast
    Radagast Month ago +66

    My main takeaway from this is that blasters from Star Wars can be real. And that Stormtrooper helmets probably had welding goggle lenses installed haha. How many of these would you need to combine to make a Death Star?

    • Munch517
      Munch517 15 days ago

      @darugdawg Think more like the energy of 10k-20k of the most powerful nukes ever built

    • darugdawg
      darugdawg 18 days ago

      you need to invent a new power source comparable to a mini nuke in order for that to work

    • twerking bollocks
      twerking bollocks 21 day ago +1

      @Radagast Nope, it would need to be quite larger than jupiter, and only slightly smaller than the sun.

    • Ham549
      Ham549 22 days ago

      The blaster bolts only went around 40 mph Becky magnitudes below c.

    • Radagast
      Radagast 22 days ago +7

      @Julia Vixen Dang, so it would need to be the size of a moon. George Lucas really did his homework lol

  • Redemption
    Redemption Month ago +70

    I nearly spit out my cereal when I heard that really quiet "shake hands with danger" riff. What a legend lmao

    • ToastytheG
      ToastytheG 20 days ago

      Hilarious 😂 😃

    • Bthsr71
      Bthsr71 Month ago +1

      @Miksterias "Well there's your problem" also uses it with their viewer story segment about workplace mishaps.

    • JimmyBoy3000
      JimmyBoy3000 Month ago +1

      what cereal where you eating?

    • Miksterias
      Miksterias Month ago +4

      I’m surprised there’s anyone commenting on that! It’s SO old lol

  • BadSeed 808
    BadSeed 808 Month ago

    First experience with this channel...I like the vibe👊😎, subscribed 🤙

  • Plasma Channel
    Plasma Channel Month ago +23

    This was epic Kevin. I'd love to see a tear down of the laser. What type of juicy HV we talking about here? Also - that plasma speaker at the end is just delicious.

  • Liam Murray
    Liam Murray Month ago

    did you make the tree depreinter just for the pun? Or did you forget there is literally a line mode that does the same thing faster with the mirrors?

  • NightHawkInLight
    NightHawkInLight Month ago +699

    I've been waiting way too long for someone to screw around on camera with one of these things. I just wanted to see stuff burn up, and you delivered.

    • AIgoBrRr
      AIgoBrRr Month ago +1

      @TheDuckMan2523 sure @styropyro does spectacular things with lasers etc. but ladder he has none of these things yet.

    • TheDuckMan2523
      TheDuckMan2523 Month ago +1

      There’s a Clip-Share channel called styropyro, I think you’d like them,

    • Victor Fox
      Victor Fox Month ago +1


    • AIgoBrRr
      AIgoBrRr Month ago +4

      I've been waiting a while too, couldn't afford one.
      But now I have more questions.
      Laser dishwasher, laser toast/steaks and most importantly, can you laser clean a toilet?
      Is it legal to erase the faces of money and print your own on it? and more importantly, could you still legally pay with it? Basically it is real money?!
      Damn, I need one of those.

  • Angels Joker
    Angels Joker Month ago +10

    You should do a test to see how much protection safety glasses actually bring. I guess, they are not there to make you stare into a laser but just to prevent the worst if there is some split second reflection from an object you use the laser on.

    • Cewla
      Cewla 18 days ago +2

      Styropyro did it, unprotected lenses die instantly but protected lenses can have the laser pointed at em

    • ConnorSinclairCavin
      ConnorSinclairCavin 25 days ago +1

      Perhaps a fragment beam mirror? Could do tests based on duration, %reflected, and more

  • KarmaDotEXE
    KarmaDotEXE Month ago +9

    Amazing content! I've been watching your stuff for years and I've gotta say, you've always been a source of inspiration for me to continue my STEM-related passions. Thank you so much for all you do 😁👏

  • Bandit Griggs
    Bandit Griggs Month ago

    I forgot it even said chainsaw in the title. It's just a laser video. Haha. Keep up the great content

  • Alden
    Alden Month ago +21

    Make many, many, many more videos with this device. This whole project is a braingasm! Holy sh*t, am I excited to see what you do with this!

    • NineSun
      NineSun Month ago

      I trinken after the money thing he wont't be posting any videos any time soon. That was a really bad idea. Using that laser in open space is also a bad idea. To be honest he was an absolute asshole for doing it.

    • Alden
      Alden Month ago

      @TheBackyardScientist011 Eff off, Rusbot.

  • Jesus is Alive!
    Jesus is Alive! 21 day ago

    Man I wish I could afford one of those! I can see these being priceless in a body repair shop!

  • Clancy TheSnail
    Clancy TheSnail Month ago +3

    In all honesty, honey is actually pretty good. Glad to see them sponsoring awesome youtubers

  • Adam
    Adam Month ago +2

    Dude, your videos are always top-notch. The science and the way you present it are always entertaining and informative.

  • Probably Not my name
    Probably Not my name 13 days ago

    It’s very reassuring to see you using the full face mask. People don’t respect these tools enough, basic eye googles wont stop 2kw.

  • Andrew Salinas
    Andrew Salinas Month ago +1

    Been waiting soooo long for someone to get a high powered fiber laser and screw around. Please do this more.

  • Nejoa
    Nejoa Month ago

    Is it perhaps possible to make it thicker, shorter and more compact

  • MarshmallowFluf1
    MarshmallowFluf1 Month ago +1368

    Man this is perfect! I was starting to think my chainsaw was becoming too harmless. Now I can burn, cut, and clean with the same tool while still looking like a chainsaw!

    • WheresWally
      WheresWally Month ago

      and loose one or both retinas .

    • Jim Fancy-pants
      Jim Fancy-pants Month ago

      @Jons LG you should definitely re-watch old videos this guy is hilarious

    • Why Wyi
      Why Wyi Month ago +2

      Eye see what you did there.

    • Blair Young
      Blair Young Month ago +3

      Blind people? Don’t be cornea. I’m sure he’ll set up rods and cones when he works. Iris I had one of those.

    • Matt Cook
      Matt Cook Month ago +2

      And you can blind people!!!

  • Mr. Glitch
    Mr. Glitch Month ago +11

    I love the hesitation before you just turn it on it’s exactly what I would do in your situation situation because lasers are too awesome for any warnings to contain it

    • Mr. Glitch
      Mr. Glitch Month ago +3

      Seriously thought lasers fricking rock

  • Leatherman
    Leatherman Month ago +2

    We use fiber optics lasers to cut thing gauge sheet metals at work.
    A laser can give a tremendously clean cut, if you flood the cutting area with a a gas like Nitrogen.
    Most industrial laser cutters will flood the cut with either oxygen to increase cut speed, or Nitrogen to increase cut quality.
    Would be interesting to see just how much of a difference the gas really makes, just a suggestion for a future idea.

  • Turd Ferguson
    Turd Ferguson 4 days ago

    I'm impressed that this guy is still alive. I like the "probably shouldn't do this but doing it anyway" attitude 👍

  • Philipe jeucéoututkache

    Actually a fun and cool fact when it comes to laser welding with these machines: you can have as attachment under the pistol a wire coil of filler metal of any type of metals following what you're welding, that act like a hybrid Mig and Tig welder. For thin metal welding, like, under 10mm, it's so clean with stainless steel that I see to reasons anymore to use a TIG welder, except in case of really large gap when you have to tack for initial assembly ^^

  • noimagination99
    noimagination99 24 days ago

    I think your 2000W (Solar) square area is about 2X larger than it should be. 2 square meters (or yards) would be close to or over 2000W Solar, depending on time of the year, time of day, latitude, and clouds.

  • TehFriedwaffles
    TehFriedwaffles Month ago +1193

    You can't just put that bad apple in the end and not tell us more! Excellent video as always!

    • Bootaro TC0
      Bootaro TC0 Month ago +2

      2HU HIJA-

    • Pandamax
      Pandamax Month ago +1

      As always, if a medium to play music and video exists, Bad Apple will be played on it.... somehow...

    • Ja Son2
      Ja Son2 Month ago +1

      Leave it in Styro Pyro's Hands,
      What could possible go wrong

    • Scarlet495
      Scarlet495 Month ago +2

      the best laser ever...

    • Burger
      Burger Month ago +6

      I want the full vid

  • Ricky B
    Ricky B Month ago +11

    "Haters will say Laser welding isn't as good as normal welding."
    That is single-handedly the coolest thing I've ever heard in any Clip-Share video 😆 👍

  • Neko Ninja
    Neko Ninja Month ago

    Thank you for advertising the safety third podcast, I was never quite sure what it was and didn't have enough time or curiosity to check it out. Now I think I might try to make some time to do that!

  • Ian._002
    Ian._002 Month ago +2

    7:55 He was probably one of the first people ever to kill a spider with a lazer gun

  • a.
    a. Month ago +2

    Loved the video. Thought, I was nervous that someone would wonder out from the house, and get hit by a stray reflection (melted aluminum is very reflective). Note that most laser eye damage is undetectable by the person. Your brain fixes the "holes" in the iimage, so blind spots are difficult to detect.... that is, unless you want to see each decimal place on your spreadsheet.

  • happyerin1997
    happyerin1997 Month ago

    okay honestly i did not see it comming that it would cut down that tree so fast, like i was like okay here comes the 4 hour time-lapse at least.

  • Chance Morine
    Chance Morine Month ago +1946

    Hey good on you for emphasizing the importance of proper PPE. I remember in Physics 2 a professor told us a story about a Yag laser blinding a technician. He had moved his safety glasses up for a better look at what he was working on, dropped a wrench into the beam, and it instantly blinded him in one eye. All within a second. Lasers are legitimately terrifying.

    • SpydersByte
      SpydersByte Month ago

      @Chance Morine arc flash is terrible. I used to be a welder and have dealt with minor flash a few times but major flash a single time and it was INCREDIBLY painful. It literally feels like someone is pouring burning sand into your eyes and theres nothing you can do about it other than flushing and waiting it out.

    • Fabi Voltair
      Fabi Voltair Month ago

      @TheBackyardScientist lol

    • BADCad
      BADCad Month ago

      @TheBackyardScientist u understand why we have the "prime directive " right?

    • twistedyogert
      twistedyogert Month ago +1

      @nobody nowhere I'm not sure that boiling the vitreous humor in the eye won't cause blindness. Your eye might even explode as things inside it expand.
      So I'd certainly use safety glasses specially when you can't see the beam.
      I already have an astigmatism but I can still see.

    • twistedyogert
      twistedyogert Month ago +2

      @Some guy on the internet A guess that since there's no recoil a lot of people don't seem to understand how dangerous it is. A powerful enough laser can shoot down a missile. It can certainly burn a hole through your retina.
      I'd argue that safety training should be required to use laser equipment that is rated above class 2.

  • Johnathan Flesher
    Johnathan Flesher Month ago +8

    Love this channel so much. That subtle SpongeBob joke at the end was the cherry on top of a pure gold video😂🙌🏻

  • NonsensicalVids
    NonsensicalVids Month ago

    It really amazed at the amount of people not using eye protection like its not just a laser its intensly focused

  • Smiley P
    Smiley P 25 days ago

    Honestly with a tool like this, that will surely be weponized soon (if not already) safety is EXTREMELY important here, this thing has some SERIOUS harm capabilities and I really think an EXPLICIT warning before the video
    "do NOT try this at home" always goes without saying, but should NEVER go unsaid regardless, especially when you (temporarily) removed the emergency stop button cap
    Keep up the good work! But remember safety 3rd is only acceptable as a joke! Haha nothing other than 1st, unless as a joke (which we know because safety first is also said when handling dangerous equipment)

  • fuba44
    fuba44 Month ago +1

    Omfg, that was epic. One hell of a good video. You made my weekend for sure!

  • island rebels
    island rebels Month ago

    So if we make a big piece of focus glass that size it will equal the power of that laser? Is there a mathematic Equation for this

  • Acidjr
    Acidjr Month ago +1925

    Um, for someone who has worked in places like the federal reserve, one of the biggest counterfeits we see in the industry is people "washing" ink off smaller bills and printing the larger bills on them. They are usually really bad because its not easy to get the ink off, and they scrub so the texture is off. You just showed them how to do it better lol. One of the biggest challenges in counterfeiting is the paper

    • Jaster Mareel
      Jaster Mareel 5 days ago

      ​@G.A.Krueger there is still a lot of counterfeit. It's just usually the cheap, copy paper kind.

    • G_P_Gon
      G_P_Gon 7 days ago

      @William Kyle Different sized bills also helps the visually impaired use money

    • Heri Eystberg
      Heri Eystberg 13 days ago

      ​@Nikoraasu and if the counterfeiting doesn't work out, you can still make money by switching to a legal laser removal business. Win/win!

    • Axe
      Axe 14 days ago

      I think they already figure it out long ago, even before he bought the laser.

    • Dõuble-Penetratiõ
      Dõuble-Penetratiõ 14 days ago

      "Um" 🤓

  • Ya boi BluddFang
    Ya boi BluddFang Month ago +1

    I'd just assumed you were gonna vaporize the sawdust from the chainsaw as it cut but I guess that works

  • P0tat07
    P0tat07 Month ago

    I need more videos on this. This is awesome.

  • 90AMason
    90AMason 23 days ago

    would love to have one of these for automotive restoration!

  • malipeddu parthiv
    malipeddu parthiv Month ago +26

    that laser is literally insane. It blew away my expectations. Imagine what the military has.

    • Jason Martinez
      Jason Martinez 20 days ago

      pretty sure their laser can blow your mind, from space

    • Christian Heichel
      Christian Heichel 20 days ago +1

      ​​@Bruce Mastiff lol good luck Chatgpt can't even answer that one.
      It's someone with XX chromosomes

    • ᛋᛒᛖ‍ᚱᚫᛞᚻᛏ
      ᛋᛒᛖ‍ᚱᚫᛞᚻᛏ 21 day ago +2

      We had a couple lasers at a place I worked. I used a 10kw fiber optic laser that could cut through three inches of steel like nothing.

    • Bruce Mastiff
      Bruce Mastiff 21 day ago +2

      @JUPIT3R what is a woman?

  • David Swanson
    David Swanson 18 days ago +1

    It takes a lot for me to get horrified, and the zapping of the currency made all my alarms go off. I hope all is well for him, legally speaking.

  • RunanGun90
    RunanGun90 Month ago +999

    The actual "paper" that money is printed on is almost impossible to recreate and unprinted it's extremely valuable, there's been cases in the past of people taking lower denomination bills, stripping them, and then reprinting them as higher value bills so I wouldn't be surprised if Secret Service came knocking lol.

    • Eclipse538
      Eclipse538 Month ago

      @Canaan Hagemeister are you gullible enough to believe any of the "counterfeit tactics" that commenters are saying here? LMAO

    • Skip ads
      Skip ads Month ago +1

      @Aaron: Where did you get that bizarre internet idea that the phone book & U.S. currency are the same paper?

    • NightRogue
      NightRogue Month ago

      @Conor Stewart well best believe the counterfeiters knew about this before this dude did, I almost guarantee it lol. I was more or less making a joke - I don’t really think they would come knocking, but then again I would not be shocked if they did

    • Jason Alen
      Jason Alen Month ago

      @A Nother *no, not on. :P

    • mattymerr701
      mattymerr701 Month ago

      @GetTheFOutOfMyWay laser* it's an acronym, futsy US spelling doesn't change that

  • Blind Sighted
    Blind Sighted Month ago

    Wow! that is impresive! Thank you for the great work in putting this video!

  • Rei geDo
    Rei geDo Month ago +1

    Still kinda hard to believe just how powerful this machine is, but that Bad Apple at the end made me chuckle

  • Jamie Collins
    Jamie Collins 20 days ago

    I think I would really like to use one of these. It's like power washing but with metal.

  • Thomas Gires
    Thomas Gires Month ago +1

    When the plane passes overhead and he looks up, you can *almost* feel his thoughts... "I wonder if i can remove the livery off the side of that plane with the laser" :D

  • Rizqi E
    Rizqi E Month ago

    Which is more fun for you on tree trimming? There are chainsaw, laser, flamethrower, vibrating blade, explosive, gun, jackhammer

  • MrGreen
    MrGreen Month ago +401

    You are now #1 on my list of people I'm actually scared of now. Congrats!

    • Jacob
      Jacob Month ago

      @TAC oh

    • Jacob
      Jacob Month ago

      @DwergMeneer what about it

  • Andrew Baker
    Andrew Baker Month ago

    I’m interested to see if this works with bulletproof or archival ink!

  • ByronTheUsurper
    ByronTheUsurper Month ago +2

    I watched some safety third when it just started but you guys are going crazy!

  • Dale Clay
    Dale Clay 20 days ago

    I wonder, what is the maximum distance this laser can penetrate one of the aluminum cans he pierced holes in? It might give some interesting perspective on the lasers the military carries on ships to take out missiles.

  • Moosetastic Bombastic
    Moosetastic Bombastic Month ago +1

    Great video! Would love to see Bad Apple in its entirety on the setup you have at the end!

  • brunky89890
    brunky89890 Month ago +495

    Oh boy, I've never been so glad to be awake at midnight!
    Kevin: these laser heads cost a thousand dollars to replace so you have to be careful with them.
    Also Kevin: *attaches laser to chainsaw*
    Now that's the backdoor scientist we all know and love!

    • Quzga
      Quzga Month ago

      also burns dollar

    • brunky89890
      brunky89890 Month ago

      @Sherwin If you think that's funny I would highly recommend that you check out the safety third podcast, that's where I got it from!

    • Chance Goodling
      Chance Goodling Month ago

      Scrapman: you dare oppose me mortal

    • Jons LG
      Jons LG Month ago +4

      The spec of dust thing is actually true too lol, that spec will heat up in a microsecond and burn the lense

    • Sherwin
      Sherwin Month ago +21

      lmao backdoor scientist

  • Ad Am
    Ad Am Month ago

    Video should have been longer! Your stuff is the best!

  • Casey Dalager
    Casey Dalager Month ago +1

    I dunno if its a recurring joke on this channel but I love that the "Shake Hands With Danger" song exists outside of niche safety videos from the 70s now. It slaps too hard to be kept in the past!

  • MapleSyrupGuy
    MapleSyrupGuy 27 days ago

    I’m amazed that a laser that powerful is permitted to just be wielded freehand instead of being part of a machine like a traditional laser cutter or something like that

  • Bthsr71
    Bthsr71 Month ago +1

    I never considered how fiber optic could one day become weapons grade.

  • Jesus Christ is God
    Jesus Christ is God 22 days ago

    There's an iron pole in India that never rusts and I read that part of the composition was chlorine. Was wondering what properties a steel mixed with powdered chlorine would be, and steel and borax, and steel and chlorine and borax would be in blade form.

  • Jay Michael
    Jay Michael Month ago +450

    I am so glad the secret service still lets you make videos. I sure do enjoy them!

    • Jordan
      Jordan Month ago +1

      you know what? the thing that he does with the bill is kind of classified...

    • Cory Carlson
      Cory Carlson Month ago +16

      @Jons LG secret service goes after anything money related.... I think that's what he was referring to. He does have a dog though I think, so he should worry about the ATF as well.

    • Jons LG
      Jons LG Month ago +20

      The ATF just hasn't figured out how to classify this as a firearm yet.
      Once they do.. it'll be limited to the point that it's worthless lol

    • T P
      T P Month ago +20

      In the event of a world War, Kevin is their greatest asset. That's why they are cool with him

  • tihzho
    tihzho Month ago +7

    We just got a laser welder for the shop. I wanted to video the welding so I stood opposite the person welding two small plates of aluminum.
    There was a countdown, 1 - 2 - 3 on! I closed my eyes and immediately I felt heat on my chest and face then the laser stopped. It was determined the heat was from the laser reflecting from the aluminum on to me! The video was a blur of violet white which is how a camera sees infrared. Glad I had my eyes closed! 😆

    • Sorry Please
      Sorry Please Month ago +1

      Your retinas should send your eyelids a “thank you” note.

    • Joost Floot
      Joost Floot Month ago +10

      God that's scary, you're a lucky man to have gotten out of that without getting blind

  • tunnsie
    tunnsie Month ago

    If I had one of these, I hope I would have a lot of fun before going blind. Growing up on a farm, I always wished for a magical way to clean up rusty equipment. This is pretty much it.

  • David J. Gallardo
    David J. Gallardo 24 days ago

    Kevin, can the laser be used to remove paint from wood? I have to strip 60 kitchen type cabinets with lots of detailed trim, so I'm looking for a fast and easy way to do it.... sandblasting is the leader for now.

  • TylerNu
    TylerNu Month ago +1

    I love that in those Chinese videos they are using the insane lasers without safety glasses 😂

  • Amira Lozse
    Amira Lozse 20 days ago

    thats by far the craziest, most epic and simply the best laser video i came across ever!!
    well done mate, well done!

  • theX24968B
    theX24968B Month ago +547

    I want styropyro's thoughts on this thing now. or for him to come down there and overclock it / beef it up.

    • Habibee
      Habibee Month ago

      You should actually try to cut down a 4ft tree

    • lol lol
      lol lol Month ago +1

      we need the pyro quickly!

    • Mike Morzinski
      Mike Morzinski Month ago

      no, just no

    • The Keeper
      The Keeper Month ago +1

      @Tslim At least it would cauterize the wound as it goes...

    • Tslim
      Tslim Month ago

      @Darryl Pioch at 2000watts that thing has enough power to cut right through steel plate like butter. The only saving grace is the focusing lens makes them beam divergent. all 2000watts focused at even a point the size of a dime would cut right through you.


    I love these videos, never stop bro

  • Sorry I WIN
    Sorry I WIN Month ago

    this man is beyond amazing

  • Akevanandhispipe
    Akevanandhispipe 20 days ago

    Lazer welding is the strongest most penetrating welding process, I've never worked with it but I'm a welder and I know when a process is superior. It's the the penetration of a plasma cutter with unparalleled precision arc characteristic modulation. It's crazy stuff. Basically a mix of lazer 3d printing and welding.

  • linglin92
    linglin92 Month ago

    I think it's a great tool to clean his own workspace too

  • WatchMeDo
    WatchMeDo 22 days ago

    That fact that this can be bought by anyone is absolutely astounding.

  • Chris
    Chris Month ago +223

    This man using lasers for destructive purposes makes me truly believe that we're living in the goddamn future.
    Also, playing Bad Apple at the end caught me so off guard.

  • Tony Berryman
    Tony Berryman Month ago +1

    Question for you: I've heard that lasers have a very limited range - they diffuse in atmosphere. How far can you shoot that thing and still have it cut something? (I'm a sci fi author, so this would be quite useful to know). Thanks!

  • Tom Wolf
    Tom Wolf Month ago

    even though if you cannot see the beam is it still good for your eyes?... and what is the long term test on eyes at this light range?

  • Z
    Z Month ago

    When the lasers takes 3 sec to cut down a tree, and becomes lighter, you can use them in forestry

  • No Expert
    No Expert Month ago

    Love your work 🥰

  • Vasyl Sky
    Vasyl Sky Month ago

    It's surprising you can buy something like this.
    I'm wondering if dangerous things over a certain price aren't regulated much just because there aren't many people, who can and will spend lots of money on them for no particular purpose

  • Shane Steward
    Shane Steward Month ago +205

    I love how you’re steadily becoming a supervillain. Truly an icon.

    • Grumps
      Grumps Month ago +2

      Honestly I think he's there, just needs the funding.. *Dr Evil inpression* "$1billion dollars!"

  • Golden Knight
    Golden Knight Month ago

    I love that William ozman is a super fan of this man and now is on a podcast with him

  • Ben van Zon
    Ben van Zon Month ago +2

    Now I wanna see what StyroPyro can do with this

  • hans hubert
    hans hubert 25 days ago

    good thing about laser slomo is, you dont need to provide a powerful lightsource to compensate the short exposure time. a perfect match

  • caiobex
    caiobex Month ago

    I mean... When Will asked for ideas to trim his trees I didn't think you'd have the answer that quickly

  • Theema Leelanusman
    Theema Leelanusman Month ago

    Now its just a matter of time til we get the laser chaonsaw from EDF 4.

  • Jeff Craig
    Jeff Craig Month ago +31

    You know something is dangerous when Kevin is roasting other people's irresponsible use of the thing.

  • BarsMonster
    BarsMonster Month ago

    Awesome video! Which laser power you've got? There are 3 options...

  • Xammax 12
    Xammax 12 Month ago

    Someone thought a safety third episode needed to be REALIZED

  • Jero Toro
    Jero Toro 5 days ago

    You can make a sort-of lightsaber with this, just get a laser dump that can handle that beam and attach it to the emitter on a long rod. Would make it much safer too.

  • Big Jared
    Big Jared Month ago

    It was satisfying watching the giant chocolate starfish from the fridge turn into a silver starfish.