Eggs anyone?

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Roy Bartels
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Eggs anyone?

Postby Roy Bartels » Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:00 pm

Just installed the laser yesterday. So have a lot to learn.
The egg was done at Speed 10 Power 10/15
White and brown eggs worked I liked the image on brown better.
Don't have the rotary attachment hoked up yet So I did it in 4 runs

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50 watt Vevor made in China.
Bed size is 300mm x 500mm
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Doug Fisher
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Location: Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Re: Eggs anyone?

Postby Doug Fisher » Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:27 pm

Nice! I just came across some egg lasering videos yesterday by one of the Chinese laser manufacturers on Youtube. Did you have any problems with the laser going through the shell? Did you use a rotary attachment to laser them?
80 Watt 700mm x 500mm Ke Hui KH-7050 Laser (Similar to the Red Sail),T.R.
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Brian Book
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Re: Eggs anyone?

Postby Brian Book » Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:40 pm

Wow .... really like that :)

Good Job :)

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Roy Bartels
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Location: LaGrangeville NY

Re: Eggs anyone?

Postby Roy Bartels » Tue Jan 03, 2017 2:16 pm

I did not use the rotary attachment. they are so light (empty shells) I'll have to come up with a way to get it to work.
Didn't have any trouble with the laser cutting through the shell. Actually wondering if I could.
50 watt Vevor made in China.
Bed size is 300mm x 500mm
windows 10 and the RDWorks versions V8.01.18
Home TL
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Dustin Hawkinson
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Location: Phoenix, AZ USA

Re: Eggs anyone?

Postby Dustin Hawkinson » Tue Jan 03, 2017 7:47 pm

Those look really cool. A chuck style rotary with something soft as a buffer would probably work well. I would also consider lasering before draining them as they are probably less fragile that way (although messier if you make a mistake).
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