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FREE LASER ENGRAVING DOWNLOADS AND IDEASLooking for some good free resources where you can find downloads and inspiration for using your laser engraving machine? We have put together a list of some excellent, interesting and useful websites where you will find many different ideas for laser engraving machine use, either for fun or profit. If you have any comments or suggestions for this page please Contact Us and if applicable we will add it to this page. Keep reading for some amazing inspiration and free laser engraving machine related downloads.
YOUR LASER BUSINESS SERIESWant to start a laser business? Warwick-Smith-Chandler, CEO of Perfect Laser, shares his vast experience in this series of articles.Simply click on the images to see and download the pdf files.
TECHNICAL BULLETINSTechnical Bulletin # 1 Checking your PLT-6040 Power Supply READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 2 Metal cutting laser information READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 3 Earthing your equipment READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 4 Lens characteristics READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 5 Engraving glass & mirrors READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 6 Fiber laser engraving settings READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 7 Waterjet Basics READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 8 Laserwork rotary attachment guide READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 9 Choosing your focus lens for depth READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 10 Safety & cleanliness of your laser READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 11 Before claiming replacement tube under warranty READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 12 Taking care of your lens and Mirrors READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 13 Gases Galore (or how do CO2 lasers work?) READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 14 Setting up your HQ WIFI connection READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 15 MOPA Fiber Lasers READ PDF
Technical Bulletin # 16 Lens & Kerf READ PDF
PERFECT LASER TIPSTip # 1 Laser owner's tips
SUPPORT PDFSLASERWORK GETTING STARTED GUIDE - IN ENGLISH
Perfect Laser staff have spent ages producing an English-readable document to help you get started with your new laser machine using LaserWork V. 6 or 8. See it here or download it :
Perfect Laser staff have a strong heritage in the business opportunity market in South Africa. As previous owners and editors of Your Business magazine, SA Computer magazine and SA Guide to Business Opportunities magazine we are well placed to assist both from a business plan verification process and technical assessment. What we can't do is write your business plan for you and without adequate information, often none at all, a 'send more info about your business opportunity' request just does not move the 'business plan' forward at all. However if you are seriously considering buying a laser cutter/engraver as a business opportunity then please supply at least the following extra information in the form below. Supplying as much information as possible will allow us to best help you move forward with your laser engraving business or hobby.
When to clean, when to oil, how to keep your laser cutter in perfect working order. Please remember that if you need more assistance,
you can call us on 087 135 2958 or 081 456 6697 during office hours or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bought a new PLT 3040 laser engraving machine? Read the unpacking procedure to make it easier to unpack and assemble on arrival.
Bought a new PLT 6040 laser engraving machine? Read the unpacking procedure to make it easier to unpack and assemble on arrival.
A guide to the suggested laser cutter configuration settings for best results for various materials using the PLT 40, PLT 4030 and PLT 6040.
A guide to the installation of a rotary attachment for engraving cylindrical objects such as bottles and glass for the PLT 3040 and PLT 6040.
A guide to the installation of the software on your computer or laptop to get your laser machine up and running for the first time.
PLT 3040 / 6040 COMPARISONFor many small businesses and home-based businesses, the PLT 3040/6040 series represents the best value for money in South Africa. To help you make an informed decision, we have put the most important features and specifications side by side.
CRAFTER ROUTER LASER SOLUTIONSFor the crafter or hobbyist, the PLE 4030 CNC Router and the PLT 3040 (or the PLT 6040) laser engraver / cutter represents the best value for money in South Africa. Here are the most important features and specifications side by side.
DOWNLOAD FREE 3D SOFTWAREBought your brand new laser engraving machine and want to get started turning your designs into a reality? There are some excellent and completely free programs that will allow you to easily create and visualize whatever you want. Our choices to download are listed below and whether you are a hobbyist or running a business are definitely worth trying especially if you are the owner of a PLE 2030 or the PLE 4030.
Autodesk123D Make visit : 123dapp.com
Trimble SketchUp Make visit : sketchup.com
BOXMAKER - CREATE A BOXIf you are planning on cutting boxes with your laser engraving machine don't struggle trying to work out the pattern yourself if you don't have to. BoxMaker will do all the hard work for you and is an online PDF pattern generator for boxes. Simply enter the width, height, depth and material thickness for your desired box and BoxMaker will do the rest, automatically generating a PDF that you can download for free.
Another great place - perhaps even better - to make a box is Makercase (added 28/09/2017)
visit : boxmaker.rahulbotics.com
SCROLL SAW PATTERNS CATALOGRun out of ideas for what you can do with your laser engraving machine? The Scrollsaw Workshop Pattern Catalog offers over 1,200 free PDF patterns that you can download and they are sorted into easy to navigate categories. Though intended for use with scrollsaws most of the patterns can also be used with laser engraving machines and if you are looking for inspiration there are so many great ideas available.
visit : stevedgo.ipower.com/cat/
LASER CUT FURNITURELooking for inspiration for making laser cut furniture? Jon Elsas on Pinterest has a board dedicated to some amazing furniture that was created using CNC or laser cutting. There are great examples of tables and chairs as well as joint details and other furniture. You can find out more about each design simply by clicking on the image to go to the related website and you are sure to find ideas for laser cut furniture design.
CUT LASER CUT SHOWCASEInterested in finding out what other people are doing with laser cutting? The Cut Laser Cut Showcase offers a unique gallery of client work from a leading laser cutting and engraving company in the UK. There is a wide range of incredibly interesting ideas including lasercut typefaces, acrylic invitations, wood engraved signs, iPad engraving, etched paper and laser cut fabric for clothing design.
visit : www.cutlasercut.com/showcase
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