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NEJE DK-8-KZ 1000mW Laser Engraver Printer - 1000MW BLACK - £53.62 @ GearBest
NEJE DK-8-KZ 1000mW Laser Engraver Printer - 1000MW  BLACK - £53.62 @ GearBest

NEJE DK-8-KZ 1000mW Laser Engraver Printer - 1000MW BLACK - £53.62 @ GearBest

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Was previously £49.19 at LightInTheBox but the price has since gone back up (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/neje-dk-8-kz-1000mw-laser-box-laser-engraving-machine-printer-49-19-lightinthebox-2561321)

A video going through setup: youtube.com/wat…MHw

Looks like the cheapest price currently and is from the EU warehouse.

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Judging by the inconsistencies in units on the page I think this is actually a 1000mW so a 1W laser, which isn't spectacular, but also won't cost you a fortune to run that a 1000MW would - which is about the size of a power station...

Awesome little units for SLOoooooooooowly engraving small items :-) I have a 500mw one and that does well, even cuts very thin foam board

looks good waiting for mine to arrive, i would like to engrave keyrings has anyone had success doing similar?

rumuk

looks good waiting for mine to arrive, i would like to engrave keyrings … looks good waiting for mine to arrive, i would like to engrave keyrings has anyone had success doing similar?


Rather suspect they'd have to be made of plywood as there is no way a 1W laser will able to leave any mark on metal.
A quick ebay search for 'wooden keyring blanks' throws up some hits.

rumuk

looks good waiting for mine to arrive, i would like to engrave keyrings … looks good waiting for mine to arrive, i would like to engrave keyrings has anyone had success doing similar?


Further to my last comment, here's someone asking a similar question:
cnczone.com/for…tml
ferro.com/Our…htm
Seems from the second link (look for "How much power should I use?"), that a 35W (35,000mW) laser is the min required. Interesting (but logical I guess) that the speed is mainly dependent on the conductivity of the metal but then again that LMM-6000 seems to ensure that reflectivity has no bearing - although a quick image search has it beige not black which I would have assumed would be best for absorbing a laser.
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