The June 2005 issue of Discover magazine, page 81, has a description
of a new laser cutting tool. The laser can cut through inches of wood
and can etch metal and stone. It’s a 25-watt carbon dioxide laser.
It can be connected to a computer through a USB port. It costs
$9,995. The cost is way beyond most of our budgets but I will bet
there are some facilities that could do great things with the tool.
Ohh cool What a terrific way to cut shell down to useable
blanks…(gas mask on of course) running out to buy lottery tickets.
America’s Only Cameo Artist
The June 2005 issue of Discover magazine, page 81, has a
description of a new laser cutting tool.
Can you please email me the details of the manufacturer of this
laser marking machine?
Thanks in advance.
The laser cutting tool mentioned in the Discover magazine is called
the VersaLaser Universal Laser Systems. Frank Scarpone System
According to the article, images can be sent to the laser via a
computer and USB port. It can cut a line as narrow as five-thousands
of an inch wide. It can cut up to a quarter inch of wood and can
cut or engrave plastic, fabric, leather, glass, ceramic, stone,
rubber and chocolate or cheese.