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The affordable entry-level laser cutter / engraver for the maker, artist and hobbyist.
The affordable entry-level laser cutter / engraver for the maker, artist and hobbyist.
The affordable entry-level laser cutter / engraver for the maker, artist and hobbyist.
885 backers pledged AU$ 569,397 to help bring this project to life.

A special 'Thank You' to our software and 3d printer suppliers

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With only a few days left on the campaign, we wanted to send out a very special thank-you to three companies who have believed in the LazerBlade project and devoted resources and time to supporting it.

* Brian Moran and his team at Vectric, developers of Cut2D-Laser.

*John Champlain, developer of PicLaser-Lite.

* Joe Farr and the team at Thinglab, for their expertise and support for all our 3d Printing needs.

They have all been working behind the scenes to ensure your user experience with the LazerBlade will be as smooth and enjoyable as possible.

We wouldn't have been able to do this with out you.

Thanks again.

The Darkly Labs Team

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    1. Darkly Labs Creator on

      @Pascal: That is a really cool technique. At this point the electronics in the LazerBlade will only support 2 axis (X&Y).

    2. Pascal Henauer on

      I've seen a video about lazer cut 3d folding
      http://goo.gl/ehGUgm
      Is it possible to have an option for Z axis in order to do that kind of thing?