|Project by MadMark||posted 08-07-2016 01:15 AM||811 views||1 time favorited||8 comments|
Bought a cheap (<$200 delivered but not assembled) 1600mw laser wood engraver a few months back. After getting it built & configured, I’ve started putting it thru its paces.
This image started as a 4” paper doily that was scanned, cleaned up and saved as a mono .BMP. Benbox lased the file on outline without issue. The material is 1/2” cabinet grade ply lased on the primed side. The detail is outstanding:
The heart plaque combined both engraving and cutting from an AutoCAD. DXF file. The text was added in the Benbox laser software and both were lased in one go. The material is a 3/32” x 2” x 6” pine test blank.
The last is completely etched & drilled in one pass. These are movable kit height rules. Again the material is 1/16” x 2” x 6” pine blank:
Questions & comments welcomed.
-- Madmark - Madmark2150@yahoo.com Wiretreefarm.com