Yes, going fast and adding a blower to the laser head, made the edge more clear and the kerf of the cut extremely small.
I mesured it with a micrometer and the difference between the perimeter of a small square of 10mmx10mm and the small square cut out is just 100 micron...very impressive
@aj_nyc If I had the time I would love to. My printer is currently busy until spring making some parts for a product I am trying to prototype that needs to be done this winter.
I did upload all of the files onto 3D hubs for New York, New York and all of the printed parts would cost $95 for PLA and $104 for PETG. That seems like a pretty good deal. I know that my price would be probably more than double that do print them. It is not necessarily the actual printing, but the amount of time required by me. My time is very valuable to me and have lots of things taking my time (work, family, work, child, work, sports, work, hobbies, work.....did I mention work?). I also do not leave my printer unattended. I am always home when it is running, so this cuts down on the amount of time I can print.