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Laser cutter, engraver Kwartzlab Makerspace’s latest acquisitionLaser cutter, engraver Kwartzlab Makerspace’s latest acquisitionLaser cutter, engraver Kwartzlab Makerspace’s latest acquisition

by:QUESTT     2020-04-17
During the holidays at Kwartzlab Makerspace, things were very busy.
It begins in the middle.
The latest acquisition of \"Big Tools\" by the group in December: A. G. Witkey lg101 60-
Equipped with 24 W laser cutting machine and carving knifeby-36-inch work area.
The factory is ordered directly from the factory in Jeju City, China, which reaches Prince Rupert via a container ship and then by truck or rail to Toronto.
It reached its final destination, 283 Duke Street. W.
Unit Kitchener 106, packed in crates marked with bill of lading number, that\'s all.
Over the next few weeks, we spent the proper cooling and ventilation to install the laser cutter, install the software that came with it, decipher the operating instructions, and learn the safety procedures.
When Kwartzlab opened in the fall of 2009, I remember hearing members talk about equipping their facilities with laser cutting machines.
The organization described itself as \"something incredible made by more than 30 manufacturers, hackers and hotfixes with a wide range of interests and backgrounds\" and has now achieved that.
Kwatrzlab member James Bastow works with such devices as RIM\'s hardware developer, who plays an important role in planning acquisitions.
Send a delegation to site 3 in Toronto
Based on \"manufacturer space for art and technology cooperation\", this is a big step forward: Website 3 purchased a laser cutting machine from China and was very satisfied with the results.
When creative enterprises empower organizations (CEEO)
Kwatrzlab announced its first investment project on August and is now ready.
Calls for proposals to improve sustainable income.
The manufacturer wants a laser cutter, a powerful tool that few people have access.
They know how to get one.
They proposed a budget of $6,000 including purchase, transportation and installation;
The organization decided to give them the full amount so that the project could be carried out without delay.
The team works directly with manufacturers.
All communication is done by email.
Machines from Toronto to kidina ended up being more expensive than those from China to Toronto, but the project was completed within budget. On Mon. , Jan.
2. announcement: \"Kwartzlab 60 w laser cutting machine has now been installed and tested for cutting acrylic plastic, wood and cardboard.
The next night, I first saw a regular Kwartzlab \"open night on Tuesday \".
Upon arrival, I was introduced to Kwartzlab members who led the installation and testing process, Carl Williams, Mark pitcher and Michael Davenport.
They explain how the laser cutting machine works: the computer directs the concentrated coherent light to the material to be cut or carved and evaporates it.
In addition to plastic, wood and cardboard, the laser cutting machine is also suitable for softer materials such as leather, textiles, paper and even chocolate.
The trick is to make the intensity just right and avoid burning.
Hard materials such as coated metal, marble and glass can be carved but cannot be cut.
Then Davenport made a demonstration: photographic etching on a transparent plastic board.
\"I\'m not sure what it will look like because I haven\'t tried it yet,\" he said.
But we want to bring you something home.
\"This photo is a snapshot taken when I entered the room.
This is just a preview.
The laser cutting machine will be officially launched on the next Kwartzlab evening, which opens on Tuesday, January. 10, 7-10 p. m.
For more information about makerspace in the Waterloo area, including how to be a member and how to access laser cutting machines and all other tools and resources, visit kwartzlab. ca.
Martin Degen writes about local art and culture every Saturday.
You can contact him by email at mdg131 @ gmail.
During the holidays at Kwartzlab Makerspace, comings has been busy.
It begins in the middle.
The latest acquisition of \"Big Tools\" by the group in December: A. G. Witkey lg101 60-
Equipped with 24 W laser cutting machine and carving knifeby-36-inch work area.
The factory is ordered directly from the factory in Jeju City, China, which reaches Prince Rupert via a container ship and then by truck or rail to Toronto.
It reached its final destination, 283 Duke Street. W.
Unit Kitchener 106, packed in crates marked with bill of lading number, that\'s all.
Over the next few weeks, we spent the proper cooling and ventilation to install the laser cutter, install the software that came with it, decipher the operating instructions, and learn the safety procedures.
When Kwartzlab opened in the fall of 2009, I remember hearing members talk about equipping their facilities with laser cutting machines.
The organization described itself as \"something incredible made by more than 30 manufacturers, hackers and hotfixes with a wide range of interests and backgrounds\" and has now achieved that.
Kwatrzlab member James Bastow works with such devices as RIM\'s hardware developer, who plays an important role in planning acquisitions.
Send a delegation to site 3 in Toronto
Based on \"manufacturer space for art and technology cooperation\", this is a big step forward: Website 3 purchased a laser cutting machine from China and was very satisfied with the results.
When creative enterprises empower organizations (CEEO)
Kwatrzlab announced its first investment project on August and is now ready.
Calls for proposals to improve sustainable income.
The manufacturer wants a laser cutter, a powerful tool that few people have access.
They know how to get one.
They proposed a budget of $6,000 including purchase, transportation and installation;
The organization decided to give them the full amount so that the project could be carried out without delay.
The team works directly with manufacturers.
All communication is done by email.
Machines from Toronto to kidina ended up being more expensive than those from China to Toronto, but the project was completed within budget. On Mon. , Jan.
2. announcement: \"Kwartzlab 60 w laser cutting machine has now been installed and tested for cutting acrylic plastic, wood and cardboard.
The next night, I first saw a regular Kwartzlab \"open night on Tuesday \".
Upon arrival, I was introduced to Kwartzlab members who led the installation and testing process, Carl Williams, Mark pitcher and Michael Davenport.
They explain how the laser cutting machine works: the computer directs the concentrated coherent light to the material to be cut or carved and evaporates it.
In addition to plastic, wood and cardboard, the laser cutting machine is also suitable for softer materials such as leather, textiles, paper and even chocolate.
The trick is to make the intensity just right and avoid burning.
Hard materials such as coated metal, marble and glass can be carved but cannot be cut.
Then Davenport made a demonstration: photographic etching on a transparent plastic board.
\"I\'m not sure what it will look like because I haven\'t tried it yet,\" he said.
But we want to bring you something home.
\"This photo is a snapshot taken when I entered the room.
This is just a preview.
The laser cutting machine will be officially launched on the next Kwartzlab evening, which opens on Tuesday, January. 10, 7-10 p. m.
For more information about makerspace in the Waterloo area, including how to be a member and how to access laser cutting machines and all other tools and resources, visit kwartzlab. ca.
Martin Degen writes about local art and culture every Saturday.
You can contact him by email at mdg131 @ gmail.
During the holidays at Kwartzlab Makerspace, comings has been busy.
It begins in the middle.
The latest acquisition of \"Big Tools\" by the group in December: A. G. Witkey lg101 60-
Equipped with 24 W laser cutting machine and carving knifeby-36-inch work area.
The factory is ordered directly from the factory in Jeju City, China, which reaches Prince Rupert via a container ship and then by truck or rail to Toronto.
It reached its final destination, 283 Duke Street. W.
Unit Kitchener 106, packed in crates marked with bill of lading number, that\'s all.
Over the next few weeks, we spent the proper cooling and ventilation to install the laser cutter, install the software that came with it, decipher the operating instructions, and learn the safety procedures.
When Kwartzlab opened in the fall of 2009, I remember hearing members talk about equipping their facilities with laser cutting machines.
The organization described itself as \"something incredible made by more than 30 manufacturers, hackers and hotfixes with a wide range of interests and backgrounds\" and has now achieved that.
Kwatrzlab member James Bastow works with such devices as RIM\'s hardware developer, who plays an important role in planning acquisitions.
Send a delegation to site 3 in Toronto
Based on \"manufacturer space for art and technology cooperation\", this is a big step forward: Website 3 purchased a laser cutting machine from China and was very satisfied with the results.
When creative enterprises empower organizations (CEEO)
Kwatrzlab announced its first investment project on August and is now ready.
Calls for proposals to improve sustainable income.
The manufacturer wants a laser cutter, a powerful tool that few people have access.
They know how to get one.
They proposed a budget of $6,000 including purchase, transportation and installation;
The organization decided to give them the full amount so that the project could be carried out without delay.
The team works directly with manufacturers.
All communication is done by email.
Machines from Toronto to kidina ended up being more expensive than those from China to Toronto, but the project was completed within budget. On Mon. , Jan.
2. announcement: \"Kwartzlab 60 w laser cutting machine has now been installed and tested for cutting acrylic plastic, wood and cardboard.
The next night, I first saw a regular Kwartzlab \"open night on Tuesday \".
Upon arrival, I was introduced to Kwartzlab members who led the installation and testing process, Carl Williams, Mark pitcher and Michael Davenport.
They explain how the laser cutting machine works: the computer directs the concentrated coherent light to the material to be cut or carved and evaporates it.
In addition to plastic, wood and cardboard, the laser cutting machine is also suitable for softer materials such as leather, textiles, paper and even chocolate.
The trick is to make the intensity just right and avoid burning.
Hard materials such as coated metal, marble and glass can be carved but cannot be cut.
Then Davenport made a demonstration: photographic etching on a transparent plastic board.
\"I\'m not sure what it will look like because I haven\'t tried it yet,\" he said.
But we want to bring you something home.
\"This photo is a snapshot taken when I entered the room.
This is just a preview.
The laser cutting machine will be officially launched on the next Kwartzlab evening, which opens on Tuesday, January. 10, 7-10 p. m.
For more information about makerspace in the Waterloo area, including how to be a member and how to access laser cutting machines and all other tools and resources, visit kwartzlab. ca.
Martin Degen writes about local art and culture every Saturday.
You can contact him by email at mdg131 @ gmail.
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