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Laser Engraving at CES (IRF74)

2017-01-17 14:46  
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Aztec Calander This article describes the Laser Engraving at CES (IRF74). The principle is very simple, very practical. The circuit components can help you understand better grasp this principle. For example, in this circuit, you can go to find and buy these components: IRF74.

Ever think the kerf is a little large on yourCNCrouter? Tired of breaking those 1/16” dia cutters? You need to think laser. I stopped by the Epilog Laser (epiloglaser.com) booth atCESand saw their line of Zing and Epilog laser engraver systems. The line starts at $8K for the smallest Zing, which sports a 30W CO2 laser, 16“x12” table, and 1000 dpi resolution. The Zing’s are stepper moters, while the Legind series use servos, topping out at $45K for the Legend Elite, with a 36“x24” table. The two series comprise a half-dozen different models, with increasing features that include vacuum tables, air curtains (reduces burning), and internal memory. There are also laser wattage optons for each model ranging up to 120 watts.

Remember, do not stare into laser with remaining good eye.


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