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Bought shrink wrap off ebay. found that if you use a hot iron and make several clamps. you can skip the glue cap on the first end.seccondly, i did not use the plastic from a cd cover case. instead i bought some penny coin collection displays (transparent plastic holders meant for coins) and had that popped inside. it was a bit tricky to shrink the wrap around the plastic case without cluttering and obscuring the laser dot. but i found using a localized hand held gass blow lighter worked. i could apply targeted heat around it. making a seal without having to use any glue what so ever.and what did i do to combine both ends and keep it airtight you ask?well. i used vasseline to slide them on each other. but what i also did was cover the split with some duct tape and then electric tape on the outside. - JexllW
if you use it under water. depending on the water temprature you should be fine.the shrink wrap is not thermally insolated. - JexllW
That is good advice too. Many thanks.Many lasers are also cooled with water like Carbon dioxide lasers that requires high heat release and water control uses. The ones at algonquin 100 W were air and water cooled too. That kind of heat could melt the glass tubing for the laser. - SHOE0007
I am wondering would this also work with high powered burning lasers. Or would the glue expoxy cause the laser to overheat??
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