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PLEASE NOTE: I'm really not competing to win the laser, a t-shirt would be fine, thanks. I saw the competition and thought it would be fun to show off...
This be that laser. My system is based the Coherent G-100, an RF excited sealed industrial C02 pulsed laser. It consists of 100 watt laser resonator a...
I purchased a large CNC table on ebay for $500.The table was probably made in the 90s. It has a total of 18 inch movement in X and Y directions. The l...
The laser has a cnc table that moves parts around a stationary beam source.A table of this size required building fairly large power supply to drive t...
Sheet metal cutting requires a power density of 106 watts/in2 (source: Mike Klos @ laser mechanisms)Converting to millimeters, that's 1550 watts/mm2. ...
Blessed are those that use Eagle Schematic software.The Gecko drives and the USC board are nice, but the laser controller also has some custom electro...
I want to make a metal cutting system too. What would you have done differently? Are there ways that I could save time by buying OEM components?Well t...
These are various items I have made with the laser.
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CNC Stomp Pad Project | CNC Programming | G-Code Programming | CNC Plasma Cuttingby ivanirons
Build a CNC Router from Scratch (Part 1): Complete Video Tutorialby phooddaniel
3d mdf table with cnc laserby msh1353
Lego CNC/Laser Cutterby Robo-labs
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