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Hi folks, I thought I'd take a second to make a quick post about a bootstrappable open laser cutter design that I've been working on. I know I haven't posted relating to the Open Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Project much after the Reciprocating Laser Cutter .
Home Built 40W CNC Laser Project Overview This was designed as a " self replicating " laser cutter engraver'.
Pendant 2 jours, nous avons assemblé les pièces que Lionel avait apporté, et les parties de scanners qui se trouvaient dans le container, afin de monter un laser cutter DIY basé sur le design de Groover: Pocket Laser Engraver Pour ce projet, nous avons: 1 Arduino Duemilanove 2 structure de scanner récupérée au fil des mois 2 controlleurs moteur EasyDriver, disponibles chez Sparkfun 1 Power ScrewShield Snootlab (ou autre proto-board pour le cablage) 1 diode laser IR récupérée dans un graveur DVD 1 laser de chez DealExtreme, dans lequel mettre la diode laser IR, qui contient une lentille et le driver de la diode (courant constant)
The Lasersaur is an open source laser cutter. We designed it to fill the need of makers, artist and scientist who wanted a safe and highly-capable machine. Unlike others it comes fully loaded with knowledge to run, maintain, and modify.
The good news is, we are now onto v0.3 of the Lasersaur system! Check out the video! (and http://log.lasersaur.com for ongoing build documentation) There is still some waiting for parts (specifically limit switch mounts, laser tube mounts, paneling etc) until what we hope will be the final testing before we can finalize the alpha kits! The goal is for the kits to be shipped to backers by mid-March and have the community up and running sometime around then as well.
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Back to Home-Built Nitrogen (N2) Laser Sub-Table of Contents . Other Examples of Home-Built N2 Lasers Well, this one probably wasn't actually built at a home but close enough. :)
Would you like to build a CO2 laser cutter similar to this? That can cut things like this: Instructables has an exceptional step-by-step guide as to how to go about it.