uptownmaker wrote:And inkjet printers are one axis of motion for a Reprap.
Well hey, anybody need an axis of motion?
uptownmaker wrote:How powerful are those lasers? Enough to cut thin sheets of mylar?
uptownmaker wrote:Sort of a "Repzap", if you will.
Theo wrote:uptownmaker wrote:Sort of a "Repzap", if you will.
Oh, I will. That actually does sound cool. Like a handbuilt light-duty Epilog. Fantastic, especially if you can get the software interface to be relatively user-friendly and plug-and-play. Feed it a vector file and click "burn"... yeah, I could see some utility there.
Any way we could amp up the power of the laser somehow? (I say "we" without having the faintest idea personally)
jtbarclay wrote:Higher power laser diodes appear on ebay from time to time. I'm sure Mike probably has the knowledge to make a power supply for it, I'm sure some of the tools that Nick has available at his job would be able to make a heatsink custom tailored to water cool it...
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