Laser cutting info for modellers

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Re: Laser cutting info for modellers

Post by angr607 » Sat Oct 30, 2021 11:30 pm

ABS and Styrene are both on the list I do not cut on my laser. At all due to Chlorine issues. I can 100% assure you I can not get wood and plastic for £1 a KG (try 2-40 a sheet!) so the maths would be vastly different. And such maths I would not want to go into as that's effectively commercial information. While the CAD software will give a semi accurate time readout, I find it is sometimes as much as 25% off so not something I actively pay attention too.

Jon
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