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Yet another DIY diode laser engraver

Posted on Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 in DIY by DP

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John1a wrote this Instructable detailing the build of his DIY diode laser engraver:

Only recently I got comfortable with the parts and knowledge needed to built a CNC. I really needed a kind of plotter for my work. As you know a Commercial Laser Engraver is really pricey and a good one is simply out of reach…
To make a long story short I decided to build my own… The funny part is that when I started designing I didn’t know Instructables so I reinvented the wheel in many cases…
So here we go: my Moving Gantry Arduino-Less Laser Engraver…

 

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