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Old Tue 03 June 2014, 09:01
domino11
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Laser Cutting Thin Material and Etching on a MM?

Saw this today and thought it might be adaptable to the MM if someone wanted to try it!

Laser Cutter Attatchment
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Old Tue 03 June 2014, 14:01
Robert M
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That is....an interesting gizmo to have too :-)
Tks Heath
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Old Tue 03 June 2014, 18:01
dbinokc
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Personally I am a little skeptical of how well it will work. The minimum I have seen for more conventional really low end engraver/cutters is 20W and he is working with a 5W.
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