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Oct 042013
 

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WHAT HAVE I DONE NOW?!?
(it’s the one shot glass to rule them all)
(sorry for potato picture)

Shot Glass Potato Pic

Settings

Cantaloupe

Engrave

Laser Lens: Blue
Power: 75
Speed: 45
Hz: 1000
May 272013
 

Back for another trip! This time I engrave some plastic stemless wine glasses I picked up for cheap. Settings and results (which were amazing once dialed in) below!

You may have noticed that for all of these rotary jobs I have been preferring the Blue Lens. There is actually a reason (or two) for that. First and foremost, it allows me a little play when focusing the laser. Since the beam is the most constant with this lens, you can tolerate (read: ignore) minor imperfections and shifts in the profile of the glass. This helped a lot for this glass, because it was rather curved. Another reason is that it gets the lens head a longer clearance from the machinery. Always check your clearance (even past what you think you need) before you cut. Always.

Settings

Banana

Engrave

Laser: Blue
Power: 25
Speed: 60
Hz: 1000
 
Awesome!

Awesome!