Please review the laser cutter checklist here in order to maximize efficiency during the end of semester busy period.
Cost: 20.- / h (starts from login time!)
Area: 1000mm x 600mm
File: PDF, RGB colors, vector-based, no groups
Place material in the top left corner
Place laser head over material
The Laser 1 and the Lasers at ONA workshop work basically the same as all the other laser cutters, only the laser focus must be differently.
Tab 2: Delete the white area around your drawing (1) or skip with “create job”
Tab 3: The position of the laser (1) should be visible and can be used to position your file. Choose the material from the drop down menu (2). Check how long the job will take with the clock button (3). Then continue with “push to laser” (4).
Tab 4: Check the material settings and start the laser process (1).
Please clean your workspace and turn off machine and computer after you’ve finished cutting.
Refresh the website.
Check that there are
To edit (do this only if Ruby can’t load your file!) your file either
If that does not work, try printing your file as a PDF in Acrobat Reader:
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with a staff member so the preset can be optimized and report the problem here: complaint form
In some cases the laser-job can be continued with the “Play” button. If this doesn’t work you’ll have to restart the machine and check your file in-depth. Often geometries with too many anchor points or very small line-segments (< 0.5mm) lead to this problem.
To solve this problem try to redraw the lines in question or repair them in your CAD software by rebuilding the curve with less control points.