@Zax Yes, you can engrave it very well.
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RE: Steak plates, wall signs, key chains
The boards and key chains are birch wood. The door plates are made of birch craft wood (three-layer plates 3.5mm)
I have a 5.5 watt laser. Engraved the boards with Speed 2000 and Laser Power 150. The keys chain with about 400 Speed and Laser Power about 40 to 60, depending on the subject.
I hope you can read the english. Have translated with Google.
RE: Prepping Files EleksDraw using T2 Laser
Hello, I always use the function "trace image" in Illustrator. Then I have all the lines as vector graphics and can then draw them well with T2 Laser. I save the image then jpg and import it into the T2 laser software. Here is an example that I have painted.
RE: Bearing "bumps" and Laser flash
Which software do you use?
I can only tell you how it is with me. I have a 5.5 watt A3 laser from EleksMaker and use the software T2 Laser.
I always do it that way. I plug everything in first, power adapter and usb to the laptop. Then I start the software T2 laser, laser is infected but still switched off. Then I load the file and generate the G-code. If I am in the engraving surface then I turn on the laser over the power button, laser does not start by itself.
When the engraving is finished, I switch the laser off again via the power plug and leave the engraving surface of the software and am back at the start.
At no time does the laser burn a hole in the material by itself.
Steak plates, wall signs, key chains
Here I want to show you some things that have been done lately
Laser: 5,5 Watt Eleksmaker
Software: T2 Laser
Steak plate Rustic
Door sign with the inscription: Here life, loves and quarrels + names.
Names were cut out and glued on.
Hanging board with the inscription:
So you do not forget that you are already 30.
In German rhymes that;)
and finally two key rings