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Thread: Some gears and testing for laser-ablating and -marking ...

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    ... and here something with slightly more "usability factor"

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    Made from 0,5mm thick spring steel ...

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    Wow, that is tiny with great detail!
    "Help, help, I'm being repressed!"

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    ... here's another bow with better assembly (soldered all three elements on a base):

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    ... laser-marking some bronce parts - https://vimeo.com/259037720

    Here the result(s):

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    - and the original parts, which were sketched by my sister ... "3D-constructed" by me ... and 3D-printed by shapeways:

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    (the bunch of figures in the background were moulded from an original to get them cheaper in series)

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    Ummmmm . . did you make brass parts that plug into a 240V electrical socket??
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    ... not yet

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    ... found a really big f-theta lens - my "normal" f-theta optics has 90mm diameter, this "monster" has 126mm!!

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    Have to measure the focal distance and working area ...

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    ... 'have to mark some 360deg scale rings, but no pivot in the gieMARK20 -- got a turning axis from Isel, which is much too big to fit into the housing.

    So I've mounted it on my CNC-mill and have next to clamp the XY-galvohead on the Z-axis:

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    nicer post buddy

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    ... found another turning head, which will fit under the XY-galvo

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