blackTooth Laser Cutter/Engraver First Cuts/Engravings
The feedback is coming in from the first customers that purchased the blackTooth laser cutter and engraver. I will post these first cuts and engravings on this page. If you have a new blackTooth laser system, please send us a video of your machine in action. If you have a tip to share, include that information as well.
To send us a video or image, just send a link to the video, or attach the image(s) in an email. Email Research and Development (Patrick Hood-Daniel) from the contact us page with this information.
This is a piece done by Evaristo on his modified blacktooth from ProtoMX in Spring Texas.
Another exceptional cut from Evaristo at ProtoMX
This is John F.'s first run showing a bit of engraving and a T-Rex cutout using a thin sheet of cardboard. The T-Rex is really small and the scale can be shown with the penny in context. John put the T-Rex together with tweezers and gel glue.
This is a much larger T-Rex using a foam sheet as the material. The size of this T-Rex can be seen in context with the smaller T-Rex, and the table and chairs. You also get a really good idea how small the other T-Rex is.
This video comes from Dustan Webb, the first to send us a video of his new blackTooth in action. He engraved/burned an image into wood of his grandmother. He intends to produce this image in glass and send it to his grandmother as a gift. To engrave the image using the laser, he uses a program called dotg which takes an image and creates a g-code file to run in the laser control program.