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CO2 60-150 WATT LASER ENGRAVING/CUTTING CNC

Discussion in 'Laser Cutters' started by Mohammed Iskandarani, May 12, 2015.

  1. Mohammed Iskandarani

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    Mohammed Iskandarani published a new build:

    Read more about this build...
     
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  2. Jim Eicher

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    Hi Mohammed. I was wondering if you would be willing to share your parts list with me? I am wanting to build the same set up for a 40 watt Co2 laser.
     
  3. Mohammed Iskandarani

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    Dear Jim,
    You can find the requested files in parts list, i've uploaded a file name CNC BOM.
     
  4. Jim Eicher

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    Thank you sir! Very much appreciated!!
     
  5. Mohammed Iskandarani

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    Your welcome Jim, and i'll keep updating the project whenever i feel there is something need to be changed, replaced, etc...
     
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    Robert.sims Well-Known
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    You can find the requested files in parts list, i've uploaded a file name CNC BOM.
    Hi Mohammed
    I cannot see the bom file in the files
    Bob
     
  7. Mohammed Iskandarani

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    Here i've upload it
     

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  8. Jim Eicher

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    Many
    Many thanks to you sir!
     
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    Just 1 nema 17 in the Bom !
     
  10. Mohammed Iskandarani

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    Yes i only need one nema 17 for the y axis
     
  11. Mark Carew

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    Looking forward to following along!
     
  12. Mohammed Iskandarani

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    Thank you Mark
     
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  13. Mark Carew

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    The new pic of all the electronic goodies looks great.
    Hope your able to get some of the build started this weekend.
    Keep it fun :thumbsup:
     
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    I am very interested in this build, what is the max thickness of steel plate that you can cut with 100 Watt CO2?
     
  15. Mohammed Iskandarani

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    Dear Ken,

    Am not sure you have to google it, but for sure 130 watt it can cut 2 mm thickness aluminum, steel..
     

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