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Thread: How about posting some pics of what you're creating??!!

  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Hale View Post
    Do you have any words of wisdom that you would mind departing with? I bought my fiber laser just to do stippling
    Ive been to scared to try it yet!
    Not really... I am new to this as well..I bought my laser in January and just when I think I have it figured out it does something I was not expecting..I started out with Inkscape but found Corel to be a better program for me. I had some old Glock frames to practice on but you can get them fairly cheap online. I find them new for around $50. I have tried many settings and keep a log because every pattern seems to burn different. There are some companies that have classes for this kind of thing but Im cheap and like to do things the hard way.....so I am learning on my own, lots of trial and error and reading posts on sites like this...Im no expert thats for sure but have made a lot of progress since I started...Good Luck

  2. #47
    Few things that have passed through...
    20171224_235656.jpgcopper.jpgdrinkbottle.jpgipad.jpg
    Darren Wilson

    Tool Control Solutions

    Gerber Syst. 48 CNC Router
    Epilog 36EXT
    MAX MPS-20 Galvo 20w MOPA Fiber

  3. #48
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    20180308_122322.jpgWe were asked to reproduce a brass plate for a church that was lost after the 2011
    earthquakes, they only found 3 in storage so we worked from a 50 year old photo, great result
    almost cant tell the difference between the 4, our one is top right
    Epilog Helix 50W, Epilog Fusion 40 75W, Tekcel Router, Taylor Hobson Model D & K
    Roland SP300, Dalgren 2516i

  4. #49
    Vic
    That's impressive work. Thanks for posting.
    Mike Null

    St. Louis Laser, Inc.

    Trotec Speedy 300, 80 watt
    Woodworking shop CLTT and Laser Sublimation
    Evolis Card Printer
    CorelDraw X5

  5. #50
    Nice Vic! 'Real' engraving AND good repro work

    Just came across this pic, did this a couple of years ago for a guy, he wanted Kiss on his magwell, I'm still surprised how well it turned out--
    kissmagwell2.jpg
    Customer made it, I sent it out to be clear anodized, did the etch with the LS900 C02, black Rub 'n Buff provided the color...
    Last edited by Kev Williams; 03-14-2018 at 12:52 AM.
    4 LASERS -- Gravograph LS900 -- GCC Explorer -- Triumph 1390 -- Triumph Galvo Fiber
    10 CNC ROTARY ENGRAVERS -- NH C2000 -- NH V3200 -- NH V3400 x2 -- NH V3400CL rotary -- NH V5000 -- NH V5000XT x2 -- Gravograph IS400 -- Gravograph IS7000
    Vinyl: NH 20" vinyl cutter
    Extraction: 3 -HF 'green' blowers, 1 HF 'big' blower
    4 -air compressors, 3 -drill presses, 3 -grinders, 3 -shears, 4 -saws, mini-lathe


  6. I get to do quite a bit of logo engraving on AR receivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Davis - Sturgis SD View Post
    Attachment 380719

    We do picture framing so here's a frame made from 100 year old barnwood with some leather feathers. Feather design is engraved into Delrin then stamped into leather.

    Outstanding work Bob please start a new thread about these frames.

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    I made this for a co-worker. It was a gift for a friend.
    APLazer SN 2816
    I use Corel and Adobe for image editing.
    PhotoGrav 3.1 and Lasercut 5.3 came with the machine.

  9. #54
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    Looks great Melissa! Perfect artwork for that wood!
    Epilog Fusion M2 40 Watt CO2 Laser

  10. #55
    I made a 1926 TV replica, all laser cut

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHA5PPDBp_c

    Cheers Keith
    Universal Laser VLS6.60, Tantillus 3D printer, Electronic design
    edns Group, Mairangi Bay, Auckland, New Zealand

  11. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Colson View Post
    I made a 1926 TV replica, all laser cut

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHA5PPDBp_c

    Cheers Keith
    That's brilliant, Keith.

  12. #57
    Playing with scroll work.
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by Keith Colson View Post
    I made a 1926 TV replica, all laser cut

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHA5PPDBp_c

    Cheers Keith
    Iím amazed!

  14. #59
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    great job looks awesome
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Hale View Post
    Playing with scroll work.
    If the Help and advice you received here was of any VALUE to you PLEASE! Become a Contributor
    Rabbit RL_XX_6040-60 watt Laser engraving/cutting machine
    Lasercut 5.3
    CorelDraw X5

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    Dremel, 3x21 Belt Sander


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Hale View Post
    Playing with scroll work.
    Very nice!!! If you don't mind sharing, what laser were you using?
    Universal 60w VLS6.60 w/ rotary
    RayFine 30w MOPA
    Corel X8, Photoshop

    Fab shop with South Bend Heavy 10, Bridgeport 9x42, 185a welder and a multitude of supporting tools/equipment

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