A 100w CO2 laser can make $12,000 a week cutting out 30+ art deco panel per day

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366 Roger Webb takes you through the full process of preparing 100w laser cutting an art deco panel.
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Abraham Millions-Winsumart Machine Tools says:

So you have taken bigger business from your Co2 Laser 6090,Sounds Great

Mo Al says:

Your video helped me a lot, thank you so much mate.
I'm planning to start my on small business in beekeeping and I would like very much to have your recommendation on which is the best laser cutting machine would be suitable for me to make Langstroth Beehive boxes made of 20mm thick Pinewood and Cedar Wood with finger joints shape.
Thanking you for your kind feedback in advance and best regards…

Marco Vergara says:

Roger thanks for another great video!! just one brief question What is the software you use to add parameter to the laser? I can not see if is lasercut??

JessicaRabbit says:

I love how long and intricately detailed this video is. Thank you for making it!!!!

Marcus Gutwenger says:

Great video.

In your opinion, what would be a good begginner laser cutter, engraver be to get?

Kuze Ug says:

I have that machine here in Ugandan but i have a challenge of smoke gow can i minimize it

peter f says:

tol und die rügseitte ist schwartz ?

fritmore says:

i dig the harry plotter wallpaper

Ramon Heard says:

Is it Atcam?

Genetica says:

hi, model laser ?

Cnc plasma cutting says:

How to get online work related to design

oaccessasia1 says:

Laser Repair will cost you 3k for repairs.

мастерская КВАРТИРА says:

Маленькое давление воздуха, поэтому на поверхности копоть. Для чистой резки надо подавать минимум 1,5 атмосферы.

Colin Turner says:

Good video shame you couldn't upload the original file for us to try it on other vector conversion software.

Amnen Studio says:

Great job I have one more thing to ask how much it cost that machine

Rafael Galloso says:

what brand is your laser Mr. Webb. I currently have diode laser and I am looking at upgrading to something that is going to last and I enjoyed your video when you did a walk through and the importance of fume extractor.

Mike Moore says:

Nice work! I like the Sony Real-to-real in the background. It looks like the same model my dad bought in the late 60s while in Okinawa.
But, why is the lever in the play position, and it's not running?

Michael Rios says:

you dont like light burn?

stephane millet says:

Very interesting but may be can you give some brand name which are compliants with your suggestions? thanks

Tyler Gady says:

Man, I definitely gotta get a laser. My cnc would take over two hours for this piece, and would not be as clean. And then I'd have to do a bunch of sanding afterwards. Thanks for your videos Roger 👍

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Marko Roolaid says:

I also love to make plywood models myself. Very enjoyable to watch. Thank you so much for making such videos. Iam now your channel subscriber

Martin Mackett says:

The most important word you used was "IF" you have got the work, because "IF" you did have the work, you would not be spending your time making these videos. Nice demo all the same! 👍 STAY SAFE

Nic Sophocleous says:

Hi Roger I want to get a CNC machine in the near future for home/hobby use but good enough standard that I can eventually sell my designs created, I have a budget of around £1000. What would you recommend? Is the Shapeoko or X-Carve any good? Thanks in advance.

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