The Boss CO2 laser engraving machine can be used to engrave custom rubber stamps for artistic and officework applications. Boss laser engraving machines can create intricate designs from CorelDraw or Illustrator. The Boss CO2 laser works best with no-odor polymer sheets designed specifically for laser engraving, which come in a wide variety of shapes and […]
Glass etching is a fantastic way to add personality and style to various glassware such as mugs, ornaments, or even mirrors. There are several tips and tricks that you can follow in order to make your etching experience as foolproof and efficient as possible. A great tip for starters is to always place a moist […]
“When God said, ‘Let there be light’, he surely must have meant perfectly coherent light.” – Charles Townes Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Give yourself a pat on the back if you knew that is where the term “laser” comes from. Give yourself another one if you knew […]
If you’re wanting to understand the differences between a DC and an RF excited CO2 laser tube – to help make a purchase decision – then this article is a good place to start. One of the first decisions when buying a CO2 laser for cutting and/or engraving is the option between a Direct Current or Radio […]
Every workshop needs an air cleaner to keep workers safe and healthy. Read on for some tips and suggestions for shop-grade air cleaners.
There are some great little tricks to help your CNC workshop projects run smoother. Read on for some quality suggestions and hacks to improve your shop.
Not all CNC shops are created equal. Read on to see what you need in order to be a top CNC shop.
When it comes to cutting metal, which is better: propane or acetylene fuel? Read on to see which fuel is best for your metal shop.
It’s important to keep your CNC parts clean and in top shape. Read on for tips on how to prevent rust from forming on your metal tools.
3D printing sturdy metal objects is getting closer to a reality. Read on about the latest attempt and how it can work for the next generation of machines.