LaserGregg wrote:thin acrylics are for weak machines.
I dig deep. as often as I can.
this is where other laser people do not go.
I can cut 3/4" hardwoods all day long. even an inch thick.
I can cut 1/2" acrylics all day long.
its not terrible. says who. cutting is a big part of my gig.
fire is a part of my day. I deal with it.
what happens where you're at? surface etchings
thats ok too I guess. it takes all types.
westfw wrote:So what do you do to avoid fires in particularly flammible materials? I've been wondering whether a laser cutter would be able to cut particularly THIN materials that would otherwise be a pain (tissue paper, for instance), and keep wondering "won't it just catch fire?)
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