Our customers experience - EnduranceLasers
Our customers experience

Best selling models

8W (8000 mW) solid-state diode laser.

5600 mw solid state laser

- Cuts up to 10 mm (0.4") of wood and acrylic.
- Cuts up to 8 mm (0.3") of plywood.
- Engraves on stone, aluminum, glass, PCB.

Get 5% off before 30th of August. Use promo code "EnduranceDiscount" when you place an order.
595$ 565$ | SAVE: 30$

5.6W (5600 mW) Endurance DIY engraving machine

DIY Engraving machine (Endurance production)

- Portable 20 * 20 cm solid-state laser engraving machine.
- Very easy to operate.
- Excellent solution for makers, hobbyists and workshops.

Get 5% off and free shipment before 30th of August. Use promo code "EnduranceDIYDiscount" when you place an order.
695$ 659$ | SAVE: 36$ + 40$ shipment = 76$


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My dad runs a small shop specializing on wooden gifts, and before we discovered Endurance lasers he used to engrave his work with a handheld engraver. The laser was obviously a big step forward, making it possible to create artworks in much greater detail, while also allowing him to spend more time on other tasks. It of course took some time to set everything up, but today he's able to manage the whole design-process himself, even with very limited computer knowledge.

All designs we create are vector-based, as we find that with it's clean lines it is more pleasing to the eye than raster-based designs. There are some limitations to vectors, but it works great for what we need. We use Corel Draw to prepare the design, convert the exported .eps to .dxf with pstoedit, then to .stl with openscad. Then repetier with slic3r is used for engraving, with a perl script that basically replaces the retract codes (G10 & G11) with the Laser on/off.

We currently use two Endurance lasers, one on the Wanhao i3 and one on a self-made platform to allow for bigger prints. It's quite a crudely-made plotter but it gets the job done so far 🙂

best regards,
Gunther

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