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Laser Etching at Web 2.0 Expo Answered

We've been at the Web 2.0 conference using our Epilog to laser etch all sorts of things for free. The biggest job that we did was a complete tattoo on a brand new MacBook Pro that a gadget blogger from Chile bought the previous day just for this! It was the biggest job of the show and took 26 minutes to do. Other etches usually take a lot less time as most people are etching phones (lots of iPhones).

Check out some of our awesome pictures. Bring in your gear tomorrow, and we'll give it a tattoo too!

More Links:
CNET loved us
Wired was inspired
Fayer Wayer article with more pics
Fabulous fractals
QR codes
more QR codes
... and a bit more video


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Here is a fun video I found on YouTube of canida .



Thanks so much for etching my Mac! It was great to meet some of you and fun to ward off the floor police while you finished up the last few etchings!

Cool! I can't wait to build my laser cutter!

.....so you can pay for the parts, build it, test and send it back. (BTW, Happy birthday)

Are you guys going to be at the New York Expo in September?

I was lucky enough to have access to a laser engraver a few years back during high school. I etched damn near every single thing I owned, and all my friend's things too. Calculators, cell phones, maglites, cutting out custom plastic keychains, you name it.

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Patrik

10 years ago

Nice plug on Craze in that second link ( Another happy customer).

Seems like you guys are really creating a lot of buzz and goodwill, just by bringing in the Epilog - good investment! :-D

VERY cool .

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Patrik

10 years ago

Very nice! Any idea what "saborizante" means - tasteful? From looking at the small preview pic, I got to thinking that a diamond plate pattern would also look really cool, for a "ruggedized" laptop...

"Mommy, mommy - what does this word mean"

"I don't know - why don't you look it up online. Here, let me show you how to turn on daddy's computer..."

saborizante : flavoring