Laser cutter

My dad has an old plotter that I plan on converting into a laser cutter, and I was wondering how powerful the laser needs to be in order to cut thin metal (its ok if it can do it in multiple passes). Where could I get a cheap one? Thanks LinuxH4x0r

Posted by LinuxH4x0r 11 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Laser cutter

I was wondering where people in the UK get there laser cutting done? Every other instructable worth doing seems to be done on a laser cutter. so where might i be able to get some work done?

Posted by stupidityisanart 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Laser cutter

What is the best laser colour to cut balsa,lite ply,and bass wood for a CNC

Asked by TerryE39 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Laser Cutter

Would anybody be willing to source and build the parts for https://www.instructables.com/id/Laser-cutter-start-slicing-stuff-for-under-50-dol/?ALLSTEPS . I would be willing to pay up to half of the price of the parts or up to about $150

Posted by 508Parkour 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


laser cutters

Hi wondering if anyone could help me have a luifure laser cutter 40w which we have just purchases software CorelDraw and laser draw 2013 came with it but the laserdraw 2013 wont load onto my daughters laptop also we did not receive a English maual with it so basically don't have a clue what we r doing any help would be greatly appreciated or we r from fmaesteg south wales so does anyone know of someone who could set it up for us thanks

Asked by straddie 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


small plasma cutter?

I got a asmall plasma cutter 110volt. is it possible to make it cut thicker material?? or do i have to use bigger transformers and stuff?? i dont no much about the plasma cutters. was also wondering if i could some how hook it to a lincon 225 stick welder? thanks for any help

Asked by monster30 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Laser cutter party!

Here's an awesome idea - host a laser-cutter party. Somebody with a laser cutter lets people bring their ideas and designs to make and show off. At this one in New York, they even made the snacks on the cutter...

Posted by Kiteman 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


plasma cutter repair?

I have a cebora plasma cutter that is in tacked and complete but doesn't work I'm having a problem with repair centers because theire isn't one with in 100miles from me and snap-on and other tool men who come around keep try ing to sell me a new one Ok to the point there's not much to these things I have basic knowledge in electronic ITT 3 semesters, divorce killed that, and hands on knowledge automotive industry 20 years, Where should I start in my trouble shooting Got to go Company showed up

Asked by reinovator 10 years ago


Laser Cutter Advice

Hi all, I am looking at buying a 2nd hand Versalaser VL-200 laser cutter. It has the air filter base. The unit was made in 2006. I do not know much about these things yet. Can anyone offer any thoughts, opinions or pearls of wisdom before I spend lots of my hard earned cash? Thanks in advance, Wayne.

Posted by waynevanwijk 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Laser Cutter Questions

A place to post questions for the substantial number of people here who seem to have experience with laser cutting machines.

Posted by westfw 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


The lure of the laser cutter

Keeps me coming back for more! I don't even know how to use one. But I do have projects that would utilize the laser cutter. I plan on submitting either 1 or 2 and I think people will love em. Look forward to seeing the amazing ones, the ones cast a light on things you've never even thought of or noticed before, like EMP shopping cart locker.

Posted by FreakCitySF 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


In search of Laser Cutter

Hello! I've seen a ton of cool projects utilizing laser cutters/cnc machines, but the problem is that nobody in my area seems to have one/they are much to expensive for a college student to afford. I'm looking for someone with access to one that would be able to run a project or two through the machine if I paid for supplies and shipping. I want to continue creating and hopefully can overcome the challenge to do so. If you or someone you know could help me please let me know! Raleigh

Posted by Raleighup 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Laser Cutter Origami

The New Yorker printed an article about engineer/physicist turned professional origami artist Robert Lang. He's dropped by Instructables/Squid Labs to use the laser cutter to score curves otherwise impossible to fold; it's some neat stuff. This spawned a comment thread on using origami techniques to mold concrete for the Universal Nut Sheller. (Scroll up one comment for first post in the thread.)I don't know how long the article will be available, so here's the laser cutter's cameo:One clear, chilly day not long ago, I met Lang at Squid Labs, a high-tech research-and-development company headquartered in an enormous concrete building that used to be part of the Alameda Naval Air Station, near Oakland. Lang and his wife and their teen-age son live about twenty miles east of Oakland, in a comfortable ranch-style house that has a separate studio building in the back yard, where Lang works amid a clutter of math books, seashell guides, computers, and a menagerie of paper animals. He was spending the day at Squid Labs to use its industrial laser cutter to help him crease paper for some complex folds. He said that he may be the first origami artist to use a laser cutter, which he dials down to a smidgen of its power, so that it scores the paper rather than slices it. Lang was working on paper prototypes for two commissions: one for an interior-design piece to be made of metal, another for a leather fashion accessory, and on a design he was making for himself, which he didn't want to describe, in case he jinxed it. All three of the designs were so intricate that it would have taken him hours just to crease the paper in preparation for the final folds. He was using large squares of tweedy-looking mauve Hanji paper from Korea, which is sturdy but still slightly translucent, like the flesh of a fish.

Posted by canida 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Crater Cutter kit

My challenge is to produce a reliable 10kV spark generator which will cut me craters with a plasma arc. You can see the general idea on my blog: http://www.wikihow.com/Etch-Your-Own-Crater? The 10kV spark generator is my missing ingredient, so Instructables please step forward with a design! Once running we can re-create any planetary feature by means of Cathodic or Anodic erosion. I believe this is a genuine alternative to the current 'impact crater' scenario, so favoured by astronomers.

Posted by Cigarshaped 3 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Open Source Lase Cutter

I have a project running for a open source laser cutter progress has been quite slow but it seems I can bump it up. The idea is to develop a laser cutter you can actually trust for large format cutting. Check out the project blog:  http://protonet.web-tec.co.za/development/co2lasercutter.php

Posted by dannylom 8 years ago


Great Laser Cutter Usage

Nothing says "I love you and I want to live with you forever" better than laser-cut foamcore.Note: This is not me. full storyvia digg

Posted by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Ideas for the laser-cutter contest

I don't have the time or materials or I would attempt it myself. What I'd like to see is a laser cutter mounted to a line-following robot. It could be made to cut out designs you've drawn on various media. Whether it was cutting cloth or stone, I think it would be a great innovation and I'd love to see someone successfully build one. Another fun idea would be a laser-cutter-brander. It would be a predesigned mark cut with a single, stationary laser (or laser assembly rather). It could be used to put your mark on wood, plastic, etc. Better than heating up a piece of steel, I'd reckon. I just figured I'd post a couple suggestions, since I seriously doubt I'll be able to put anything together, especially within the timeframe. Please PM me if you make one of these, cause I'd love to see how you do it. Anyone else have an idea that you may not get to actualize?

Posted by BorisTheSpider 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


CNC Miller as a laser cutter

I have a theory that I would think should work, but opinions are good. If I was to get a powerful laser diode, like 300mw, and machine out a holding device for it to go into a CNC millers collet, then wired it up to a power supply, and put it in a CNC machine.... Would I have a half ass laser etcher? I would have to manually turn the laser on or off, and the feed would have to be really slow, but would I be at least able to engrave stuff?

Posted by cvxdes 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Laser cutter software issue

I use a laser cutter that runs on LaserCut 5.3 To create my files, I draw in Inkscape, save as a DXF file, then import that into Lasercut5.3 Unfortunately, importing into LaserCut5.3 creates artifacts in my files - polygons are created where none were before, and lines are invisibly doubled up, meaning that the laser cuts some lines twice, which wastes time, energy, and can spoil a project if a line goes too deep. Two typical examples are below. In an ideal world, the "e" would come out as two continuous lines (inside & outside).  Intead, it comes out as three lines, and the straight parts of the lines are "doubled over" - it cuts twice. Where two or more straight lines are contiguous, like the "k", the sections gain extra lines that break it up into smaller polygons. (I have shown the extra lines in red). Both cases are fixable, on a file-by-file basis, but, in the clunky LaserCut5.3, the fix can take longer than the original design. Has anybody else experienced this issue, and how did you fix it?

Posted by Kiteman 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Nichrome wire rope cutter

I've recently started working on a nichrome wire rope cutter. I've built a prototype that uses 2 9V batteries that connect in parallel to a 2" piece of 24 AWG nichrome wire. It works, but burns through the batteries within a minute of running them before they don't output enough current to heat up the wire.  I would like to improve this by turning it into something that is much less likely to burn itself down, or electrocute me in the process. I've been looking into ac to dc converters so I don't burn (almost literately) through 9V batteries. I'm kind of a bit hung up on the electrical engineering portion of this however. If I were to use something like a 12V 5A power supply, and then nearly short it with the nichrome (a resistance of .2477 OHMs) is the adapter limited to 5A, or would something start to melt. I have a feeling I need another resistor in there to reduce the current (if I but a larger PS), and or a potentiometer to dial in the temperature.  Any help would be appreciated.

Posted by halolord01 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Paper cutter fix needed !

The cutter blade is now stuck in the up position and can't be lowered. Could I use the beautiful instruction on how to refurbish a similar cutter (but different brand). Seems daunting if there is a simple adjustment instead of removing every screw and hoping to get it back together. (first time site user)Thanks

Asked by gale olson 4 weeks ago  |  last reply 4 weeks ago


Laser Cutter Contest Winners!

It is with great pleasure that I announce the winner of the Laser Cutter Contest:Stuart.Mcfarlan for How to Make a Three Axis CNC Machine (Cheaply and Easily)Check out the full list of winners in the Instructables blog!

Posted by ewilhelm 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


PLAZMA CUTTERS & WELDER COMBO's Answered

I have been looking for a PLAZMA Cutter/welder combo to reduce the amount of welding equipment I now have.I am interested in  the MULTIPLAZ 3500 because of the different material it will cut  and the use of water and water/ alcohol as shield.  Please give your  opinion,     I would be using it on a small PLAZMA table. Thank you, Liffan

Asked by liftfan 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Chinese laser cutter repair

Anyone in Boston area able to provide or know of a source for service for these chinese made machines. We are a public high school, with an 8 thousand dollar 80 watt co2 paper weight.

Posted by GeorgeF83 5 weeks ago  |  last reply 4 weeks ago


LASER CUTTER CONTEST CLOSED

From the Laser Cutter contest page:UPDATE:Entry deadline extended to January 1, 2008!What were we thinking?!? The holidays are the perfect time to finish your Laser Cutter Contest entry, and we don't want to judge during our family vacations. So, we're extending the entry deadline to 11:59pm PST Tuesday, January 1, 2008 to take advantage of the entire holiday season. Finalists will be announced on Monday, January 7, 2008. User voting will still end on January 31st, and we'll still announce the ultimate winner on Monday, February 4th, 2008.Use this extra time to make something truly incredible!Happy holidays from the Instructables team.

Posted by canida 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


ink jet printer to cutter?

Ive got an ink jet printer that bust on me a few days ago, and ive always wonered if it would be possible to replace the ink cartrages with a cutting blade and use it as a vinyl/cardboard/anything else you can think of cutter. my school had a vinyl cutter which i used a lot, but i dont have access to that any more. the only problems i can see are things like "how can i get the blade to come off the paper between letters etc? how would it cope with changes in direction? could it be programmed to follow a line instead of the side to side action?" if this wouldnt work, anyone got any other ideas for a cocked up ink jet printer? shame to waste it. attach a laser?? lol. a really budget laser cutter. could the motors and rails be used for anything else? its got a scanner attached too, but i cant think of a use for that, other than turning it into a SAD lamp (seasonal affected disorder). i think it would be bright enough. ideas?

Posted by roosta 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Will a Laser Cutter cut Phenolic?

My dad's engineering company just "bought" a $20,000 engraver to engrave phenolic tags. (They cost $8 a piece normally, but the raw materials is only $0.25 a tag). The reason I say "bought" is because they have it, but theres been problems with it so they haven't paid for it yet, and can return it. The engraver takes 15 minutes to do 15 tags, and requires constant monitoring to make sure that the vacuum that sucks up the shavings doesn't suck the tag up itself. I thought a laser cutter would be much, much simpler. (And after engraving about 200 of these, in batches of 5, I know it would be) The major block is weather or not it can cut the phenolic tags, and if theres some way to create the layout from an excel spreadsheet.(IE importing an excel spreadsheet, and it creates a template with the vars in the spreadsheet) The latter is not as great an issue, as I can probably do some programming myself to fix it. Thanks!

Posted by zachninme 11 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Foam Cutter transformer...overkill?

I have a Pyramid ps9kx desk top power supply for running 12v stuff...can I use this directly as a foam cutter or is this more of a breaker throwing foam melter? Specs from Amazon;5 Amp Hobbyist Bench Power SupplyBench Power Supply, AC-to-DC Power Converter with Car/Vehicle Power Outlet (5 Amp) Features:Linear / Regulated Power Supply DesignAC-to-DC Power Conversion (12V DC)Provides Constant Source of DC VoltageSimple Electronic Plug-in OperationHassle-Free Screw Terminal ConnectorsEliminates the Need of Battery or External Power Source12V Car / Vehicle Cigarette Lighter Power Accessory Outlet ConnectorFuse Protected with Auto-ResetElectronic Overload, Short Circuit & Overload ProtectionUsed for Component & Device Equipment Testing, Operation & PerformanceRugged & Durable Housing Construction, Cabinet HeatsinkBuilt-in Cooling FanPower ON / OFF SwitchPyramid Compact Hobby Power Supplies Safe for Tabletop PlacementTechnical Specs:Amperage: 5.0 AMP (Constant), 7.0 AMP (Surge)Connectors / Hardwire Terminals: Red Positive (+), Black Negative (-)Power Output: 13.8V DCPower Input: 115V AC, 60Hz (70 Watt)Dimensions (L x W x H): 7.5'' x 4.9'' x 3.0'' -incheshttps://www.amazon.com/Pyramid-Supply-Converter-Vehicle-PS9KX/dp/B0002BA570

Asked by Nightmare54 11 months ago  |  last reply 11 months ago


Laser Cutter Contest Winners!

It is with great pleasure that I announce the winner of the Laser Cutter Contest:Stuart.Mcfarlan for How to Make a Three Axis CNC Machine (Cheaply and Easily)Be sure to check out Stuart.Mcfarlan's plans for the Laser Cutter.Congratulations to all the finalists who will receive a Laser-etched Instructables Leatherman Juice S2 and an Instructables t-shirt for their simply amazing work:crabfu for Steam Turbine Tankdave spencer for erupting Volcano Birthday CakeHonus for How to make a Green Lantern ring- including a glowing version!jabroutin for personal powerPlantjeffkobi for Retro Hi-Fi ProjectKasey for Compubeaver --> How to case-mod a beaver - in 29 easy steps!lkrasnow for Precision Puzzlemaking Primer -- Volume 1mikejedw for Pringles Wind Turbine (Pleech) - Version One mydian_nightshade forFurniture grade cocktail arcade cabinetmzed for Low-cost Spherical Speaker Array nemomatic for Giant Squid kinetic sculpture from found materialsorthonormal_basis_of_evil for EMP shopping cart lockertalbotron22 for DIY Kitty Crack: ultra-potent catnip extract turkey tek for Interactive Multitouch DisplayWe had planned to select 20 second place winners, but just couldn't narrow the field, so we're awarding 25 second place winners, who will receive Instructables t-shirts! They are:$30 High-Speed PCB Drill Press by lancandy$60 Laser Engraver / Cutter by cgoshBreath powered USB charger by jmengelBuild a Tetris DVD (or book) shelf by odecom5Capture the Ethereal Beauty of Everyday Objects Using Polarized Light. by Tool Using AnimalCO2 laser that cuts sheet metal by owhiteCosmic Light With LEDs Embedded in Resin by technoplastiqueDuck Cam Decoy by RoadstarElectromagnetic Floater by J_HodgieFine Silver (99.9% pure) Popcorn Pendant! by roughtyperHan Solo in carbonite chocolate bar! by FreakCitySFLaptop Converted to 2nd Monitor by punish3rMake a wall avoiding Robot! a collaboration led by Brandon121233Make Conductive Glue and Glue a Circuit by mikey77Make rope out of dead plants -- with no tools a collaboration led by phyzomeMod a toaster and have retro art toast for breakfast by 5VoltMotherboard PCB Bracelet by llama13Portable Water resistant LED Picnic Blanket with hard center serving surface! by pointcloudStart a Guerrilla Drive-in by plusbryanThe Ice Bulb by mandrakeThe Intimate Video Light/ Handheld photograpy light. by curve12The One, The Only COTTON CANDY MACHINE! by T3h_MuffinatorTheater Effects: Gunshot Wounds by TrumpetNeelUse a Vacuum cleaner to build your own Skateboard by gregorylavoieWire Scorpion by OniToraAll the winners should watch for a personal message from us for prize claiming instructions.With so many excellent entries, and with each of them being at the top of their game in some different aspect, the judging was extremely difficult. We had help juding from a large number of users including 5Volt, african_andy187, Albetcha, BobbyMike, CameronSS, canida, daenris, drinkmorecoffee, ewilhelm, fungus amungus, herrozerro, ian, imanalchemist, J_Hodgie, jamesh, jesse.hensel, jessyratfink, jmengel, Kiteman, LasVegas, lebowski, lennyb, llama13, lothotrity, momo!, nagutron, nak, noahw, olddaddycrane, pt, Randofo, Robyntheslug, royalestel, ryzellon, Sam Noyoun, saul, Sedgewick17, sheekgeek, stasterisk, steven07, T3h_Muffinator, technick29, Tetranitrate, Tool Using Animal, trebuchet03, trialex, x9a, zieak, and Zujus. For more information on how we judged, check here.The entries submitted to this contest exceeded all of my expectations. They are totally amazing in their quality, instructional value, uniqueness, and pure brilliance. It is my hope that everyone had a blast entering the contest and learned something useful, fun, or both. To me, the value of posting an Instructable is when someone makes a comment saying that I taught them something new, changed the way they looked at things, or inspired them to make something themselves (even if it's something totally different than my Instructable). Looking through the Instructables submitted to the contest and comments on the finalists' forum posts, it's clear that this is happening all over, and it makes me smile every time. Congratulations to all the winners! And, thanks to everyone that entered. Even if your Instructable didn't win a prize, I'm sure it has had a positive impact on someone's life and will continue to do so.

Posted by ewilhelm 11 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Laser Cutter winner to be announced today

We have a winner! Stay tuned to find out who won.

Posted by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


where do I find the BCV quick bottle cutter?

Asked by jlb12751 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


how to make home made foam cutter for slicing foam Answered

I dont have much electric knowledge ,but i have to make home made electric foam cutter for my kid ( he has to make some school project ) by cutting / slicing foam . i have pen type soldering iron / room heater etc. shall i made foam cutter from it , can i make room heater coil directly connect to steel wire to make it hot.please guide me ,it is very urgent .?

Asked by atuldd44 7 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


How can we make a Milling Cutter Bit as thin as a pin (at home)? Answered

How can we make a Milling Cutter Bit as thin as a pin (at home)

Asked by tilmen 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


What settings do i use to cut neoprene rubber sheets on the laser cutter?

Im wanting to cut a rubber gasket out of neoprene rubber sheets i have purchased. To cut, I'm using a laser cutter and unsure of what setting the laser cutter should be on in order to successfully cut through it

Asked by awilliam1006 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


pantographs?

i would like to make a crystal cutter for watch glasses i need the specs for a pantograph as i would need to enlarge & reduce the cutting size thanks mannetjie

Asked by mannetjie botha 8 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Can't figure out simple kitchen tool

I hope someone can give me some ideas on this.  I want to make a dough cutter/cookie cutter grid. It would cut 1/2 inch squares and the grid would be at least 12" x 18" (864 squares-like a checkerboard).  If that's not feasible, then a tool that would cut 1/2" strips, and I would turn it to make the squares. I'm thinking the cutting material would be aluminum (which isn't easy to solder).   Thanks for any suggestions.

Posted by Seabreeze13 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago



Curious tools to identify.

Hi all. A few weeks ago I was visiting my cousin and we ended up going through a tool box full of things left to him by his father we came across two that we were at a loss to identify. The first is a brass cylindrical container about five inches long by 3/4" diameter with what I can only describe as a gouge attached to the inside of the screw down cap, it is blunt and shows no signs of ever having been sharpened so I'm fairly sure it wasn't meant for cutting. The second has a few clues of it's own with a manufacturer name and a part registration number, it also has what looks very much to me like a small cutting wheel similar to the kind you would find on a glass cutter, the small section with the words "British Made The Ideal" slides along the slot it sits in and the tip at that end is a sharp point. Any ideas folks? Thanks in advance. NG.

Posted by Nostalgic Guy 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


What Cricut to get my wife? Answered

Hello everyone, I want to suprise my wife with her very own crickut. I know absolutely nothing about these, but I want to get her the best one available... I guess the new ones cut fabric as well as vinyl and paper.  so thats the one I know shes been talking to her friends about. so where do I order and which one do I want? and what accessories should I get? If I go to their website Ill spend a bunch of money just adding stuff to the cart. I want to go in slightly educated lol. Please help! a caring but ignorant hubby!

Asked by SlickSqueegie 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


how to make a spiral potato cutter?

Asked by s036mgr 6 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


What are your picks for the Laser Cutter Finalists?

We're busy doing a round of approval voting to help select the finalists for the Laser Cutter Contest. In this round, judges give a "yes" or "no/no opinion" vote to each entry. We rank the entries by total number of "yes" votes and the top 10 become finalists. While I haven't gone through everything yet, I've been adding Instructables I plan to vote "yes" for to my favorites (by clicking the "favorite link" right above the comments). Again, I'm not done yet, but you can check out my current picks here in my favorites.What are your picks for finalists? Post you top picks as comments, or if you have a lot, post a link to your favorites.Remember that an additional four finalists will be selected based on pageviews and positive ratings as recorded around Monday January 7th ( Laser Cutter Contest rules). So, there's still time to vote for and tell your friends about your Instructable or your favorites. Also, we just added some sorting options for groups to make seeing who is in the lead that much easier:Laser Cutter Contest entries sorted by pageviewsLaser Cutter Contest entries sorted by rating

Posted by ewilhelm 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


2008 Instructables and Universal Laser Cutter Contest Voting Ends Tonight!

These are your last few hours to vote and we will be announcing the winner on Monday. Stay tuned. [/group/laserfinalists/ Voting sheet for Laser Cutter Contest - Vote Here!]2008 Instructables and Universal Laser Cutter Contest Finalists Announcement

Posted by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Can a 1000 watt microwave oven be used to make a plasma cutter?

Asked by Salty9 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Where can I get One time Access to a laser cutter ?

I am just starting to read about laser engravings and want to make a gift out of them (like a toast etched on wood ). I am wondering where can I access a laser cutter for such small one time use ? Techshop is expensive for my case since I dont need a month membership to make it.  I dont think they offer daily membership any more.  fab lab surprisingly is not avaialbe in bay area.  I probably need access only  2/3 times so wondering is there any other solution I can get for around 30-40$ per day access? i dont want to use Ponoko as I would like to be the one who made it :-)

Asked by nivas01 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


?Anybody Want To Recommend or Do Right Up on Buying a Laser Cutter?

I want to buy one but feel overwhelmed in the vast amount of choice and price variation from Chinese ebay specials that cost less than $1000 all the way up to $15,000.  I can afford the ebay price range but bet the trouble in usage might make it worthless.  I have a very cheap vinyl cutter from ebay but doubt that good experiance will be replicated.   Also since I only have a mac are there any issues that might arise from this fact?

Posted by warhymn 4 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago



FYI

You might be interested in this.

Posted by canida 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Just a THANK You and a picture

I just want to say a BIG thank you to all who answered my two questions about wire (for a soap cutter), and about making a silicone mold (for my soap) I wanted to show you a picture of some of the soap I make. This is NOT "fishing" for compliments, or to sell anything. I just wanted to give you an idea of what I do really no need to even comment

Posted by MaryT8M 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


What can I make from an old Laser Printer?

I have a Dell 1700n Laser Printer that Needs a new drum and cartridge and I don't want to spend the money on an old b/w printer. Can I use the laser for something useful like a cutter to make stencils from packing tape or Contact paper? I don't want to spend a lot of money on this. BTW, I do not have the old cartridge.

Asked by Jusme_Newby 9 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Coming soon: Hire Kiteman!

I've been threatening to do it for ages, and now I am... I have started my own company, LightWorks Laser Projects. It's incorporated and everything!  When I start trading for real, the core business will be laser cutting workshops: I bring my laser cutter to a venue, you bring your ideas, and together we get creative. Between workshops, I will be running commissions for select customers. So, keep an eye out for future announcements...

Posted by Kiteman 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago