Follow these simple laser cutting safety guidelines to remain safe while fabricating your projects.
One of the perks of owning a multitool 3D printer like ZMorph VX is a larger number of digital fabrication technologies at your disposal. It’s so much more than a regular 3D printer thanks to the ability to CNC cut and mill, engrave with laser or 3D print with chocolate. Each of these technologies has their advantages but combined together, they give you the ability to fabricate truly unique projects.
For many 3D printing enthusiasts, laser cutting and engraving is often the feature that convinces them to switch from regular 3D printers to multitool machines. ZMorph laser toolhead provides them with means to fabricate projects like awesome laptop stickers, cutting and engraving leather watch bands or creating laser engraved portraits.
Multitool machines with additional laser toolheads give a whole new range of possibilities to all professional users and 3D printer enthusiasts out there. The technology itself pose other dangers than 3D printing, so it’s very important to always follow the laser cutting safety guidelines that we collected below.
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We hope that you’ll remember and follow our laser cutting safety guidelines listed above. When used properly, laser toolhead for ZMorph VX All-In-One 3D Printer can be a useful digital fabrication tool.
You should also consider using it in more complex, multi-material projects combining different technologies, like our own ZMorph’s Sample Pack or a custom mechanical clock built by one of our engineers. Possibilities are countless and just waiting to be discovered!
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