Laserbot modules (laser attachment)
3D printers and CNC routers are machines that trace out gears, cogs, and enclosures over an XY plane. If you have one, how about strapping a laser to your extruder or spindle to turn your device into a laser cutter?
What is a Laserbot?
The laserbot is a desktop laser cutting/engraving attachment developed to be added to any 3D printer / CNC machine / XY plotter. Our laserbots have a wide variety of laser power output starting from 2.1W 445nm solid-state lasers up to 10W high power ones. Cooperating with its software mLaser, the Laserbot can easily engrave and cut many things for you, helping you make masterpieces from wood/plywood/acrylic.
The laserbot can become a perfect solution for engraving on leather, felt and fabric.
THE LASER HEAD WILL HELP YOU GETTING THE BEST FROM YOU PERSONAL 3D PRINTER
The Laser Head is a Class 4 laser module (up to 20000mW), good enough to engrave and cut, depending on the chosen material.
It is made of premium Japanese, European and US components (optics incl.), each one assembled and tested in our Endurance laser lab for continuous operations.
The Laser Head features
– on-board active cooling with the temperature control and smoke dispersion (to prevent damages to the optics);
– real time power setting, so that you can adjust the output power to ensure the best depth of engraving on various types of surfaces.
The laser head is not meant to replace the Milling Head: these two perform different tasks and are not interchangeable.
The Milling Head cannot engrave with the same precision as the optical module can, while the Laser Head is unable to cut thick materials or reflective surfaces.
The Laser Head, however, is the winner when it comes to creating stencils, engraving PCBs, pictures, or cutting cardboard/hardboard/wood/plywood/ acrylic or balsa.
It is manufactured in the US and Russia;
has 2 lens (3 element lens / G2 short focal lens),
continuous and TTL modes (PWM),
on-board cooling for continuous operations,
optical shock protection shield (spring inside);
is standard G-code compatible.
Goes with safety goggles.
30 days money back if not satisfied with the product
Adding a Laser to a 3D Printer to Laser Engrave PCBs
One of the trickiest skills for a maker to learn is how to make high-quality custom PCBs. There are a number of ways to make your own PCB, but all of them have varying degrees of difficulty and quality at the end. Toner-transfer etching and direct PCB trace milling are both common, but they’re messy and take a fair amount of work.
Another method which is gaining popularity is exposure of PCBs with special etch-resistant coatings to the energy of a 445 nm diode laser.
If you have concerns about the abilities of our lasers, please let us know.
If you are not sure that our lasers can cut certain materials or engrave certain surfaces please submit this form
If you have doubts concerning our lasers quality we are ready to make you a special refund offer.
That is: buy our laser, try it during 30 days and if not satisfied with its performance, send it back and get 100% refund.
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