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lcjbdz-guide [2017/01/25 18:26]
arthur
lcjbdz-guide [2017/01/25 18:35]
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 The electronics and software that come with it are generally considered barely usable, and are at the very least very limited. The electronics and software that come with it are generally considered barely usable, and are at the very least very limited.
  
-However, the machine itself, while cutting cost at all corners, and not being of the best quality, is a good option for anybody looking at getting started with laser cutting or looking to upgrade from a [[[bluebox-guide]]].+However, the machine itself, while cutting cost at all corners, and not being of the best quality, is a good option for anybody looking at getting started with laser cutting or looking to upgrade from a [[bluebox-guide]].
  
 These machines can be found for $2300 or even sometimes less on ebay, and have become more and more popular as people have started replacing the internal electronics,​ first with Arduino-based boards, and now with Smoothieboard. This allows for easier use, more software options, and makes for an overall much better machine. These machines can be found for $2300 or even sometimes less on ebay, and have become more and more popular as people have started replacing the internal electronics,​ first with Arduino-based boards, and now with Smoothieboard. This allows for easier use, more software options, and makes for an overall much better machine.
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 Also, the seams around the door aren't protected and there'​s a set of vent holes in the front of the door.  Plug all of these, both to improve safety by preventing people from looking in and to improve exhaust air flow (by forcing it to come in from the bottom). ​ Some soft window insulation and some aluminum tape (respectively) work beautifully for these tasks. Also, the seams around the door aren't protected and there'​s a set of vent holes in the front of the door.  Plug all of these, both to improve safety by preventing people from looking in and to improve exhaust air flow (by forcing it to come in from the bottom). ​ Some soft window insulation and some aluminum tape (respectively) work beautifully for these tasks.
  
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