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lasercutter2 [2018-11-21 20:51]
tim
lasercutter2 [2019-03-20 22:05] (current)
alfie [Guide for existing laser cutter users]
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   * The air assist is adjustable. Always make sure that it's enabled (on the top control panel) and that the valve (on the right hand side) is open. It's okay to reduce the air assist for delicate materials like paper, but there should always be **some** air flow enabled to protect the lens.   * The air assist is adjustable. Always make sure that it's enabled (on the top control panel) and that the valve (on the right hand side) is open. It's okay to reduce the air assist for delicate materials like paper, but there should always be **some** air flow enabled to protect the lens.
   * <​del>​The window is clear. This should absorb the infra-red laser, but it doesn'​t block much of the visible flash when the laser hits the honeycomb bed. So **don'​t stare directly at the cutting point**.</​del>​   * <​del>​The window is clear. This should absorb the infra-red laser, but it doesn'​t block much of the visible flash when the laser hits the honeycomb bed. So **don'​t stare directly at the cutting point**.</​del>​
-  * The window is **tinted as all hell**. This should absorb the infra-red laserand also absorbs literally all other light in the laser. ​You are encouraged to stare directly at the cutting point+  * The window is **tinted as all hell**. This should absorb the infra-red laser and most of the light from the laser. ​Emphasis on the **should**.
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