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Custom build 80w Co2 Laser Cutter

Dec 8, 2018 at 2:46 PM
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Laser Cutter Builds
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Building a custom made 80W Co2 Laser cutter. Making it from scratch and it's a work in progress but I've learned a lot and I'll be sharing a bit of that knowledge with you guys since I've learned a lot from here.

My 80w Laser build (1000x1000 cutting area)

Dec 29, 2017
Category
Laser Cutter Builds
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This is a 80w laser which I am building (picture of the case) the frame is constructed with normal square tubing with plastic corners. this laser needs to live outside

80watt Lasercutter, workingarea 105x52[cm], steel frame

Dec 13, 2017
Category
Laser Cutter Builds
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I will write a short buildlog here with mostly pictures. I designed this lasercutter in solidworks(not totally finished) for a good overview and such that the steel tubes could be lasercut by a company, the metal frame is based on the lasercutter the KÄSER, which you can find on cnczone.nl. The mechical parts are designed by myself because I had no mill to my use, so the mechnical parts are lasercut(same company as tube) steelplates welded together.

Openbuilds Co2 80w Laser Cutter

Apr 28, 2017
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Laser Cutter Builds
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Co2 80 watt openbuilds laser cutter, 1200mm laser tube, 1500x1000x500mm dimensions. Build frame first and then panels to be added.

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