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laser sharpening

Postby oldbot » Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:49 am

I had a problem with my Ebay imported laser.
At first it cut well, but after a few month, the cuts became ragged.
Finally, it would hardly cut at all.
David Davidson at C02lasersharpening.com told me this is a common problem with
inexpensive lasers.
For only $41, they sharpened the beam for me and now it cuts better than new.
David told me, “the optics are fine, it is the beam that needs sharpening”.
If you have this problem with an imported CO2 laser, here are some links to help you:
http://www.c02lasersharpening.com/april ... ning_sale/
http://www.lasersharpening.info/2013APR01/archive/
http://teacherlink.ed.usu.edu/tlresourc ... april.html
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Re: laser sharpening

Postby bdring » Mon Apr 01, 2013 3:56 pm

I am going to have a chisel point point on mine for calligraphy.
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Re: laser sharpening

Postby cvoinescu » Mon Apr 01, 2013 4:23 pm

I have a CNC milling machine, not a laser, but I gave David a call anyway. He said that, for the same price, they can also grind carbide end mills with a right angle, so that you can mill sharp internal corners with them. No more bisect lines and dogbones! Totally worth every penny.
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Re: laser sharpening

Postby soehler » Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:13 pm

This guys are just great !
After sharpening, my kerf is now only .1 mm

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