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Old 11-11-2017, 09:06 PM
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emblaser by darkly labs is still the best bet. i have had mine for 2 years now and love it. suffice to say my knives and scissors are getting rusty! the a4 emblaser 1 is still usd 700 including shipping and software. it's a kit. assembly is required. the new emblaser 2 is a3 size usd 2450. factory assembled. check website as suggested by tim crowe.
Hey - can you do a detailed review of your machine and your process with photos and videos? I'm sure you have nothing better to do

Can you cut out pre-printed sheets?
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Old 11-11-2017, 11:38 PM
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very funny papercruiser! wish i had nothing better to do than build models all day long!
no unfortunately you cannot cut out pre-printed sheets with the emblaser. the supplied software, vectric cut-2d, like illustrator, can convert image files into vectors. you can then program the machine to cut or score along those lines on a blank sheet. hope this helps.
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Old 11-19-2017, 08:57 AM
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Perhaps the outline could be printed on the back of the model pages? Properly oriented of course.
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I'm not going for this but I wonder if it is of interest to anyone else? There are a lot of others on offer too.



It's offered on Wish - Shopping Made Fun , but it's a big catalogue. You'll need to log in and search for 'Laser engraver'. Giving you a url for the page won't work unless you open an account.

I've been successfully shopping there for a month or two now with no complaints, but remember that it is all cheap Chinese/Asian gear and you get what you pay for. There's lots of FREE offers too, but check out the shipping cost before you commit.
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I'm not going for this but I wonder if it is of interest to anyone else? There are a lot of others on offer too.
1500 milliwatts = 1.5 watts.

Not really a whole lot you could do with something that small.
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There are bigger machines on offer, but the prices get bigger too. I just thought the low cost one might be good for cutting card. Personally I have no mass production needs, and find snippin' with scissors very therapeutic.
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