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Laser Settings for Hot Dogs

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Happy 4th of July! The folks at X-Laser write in:

We hosted a 4th of July barbeque for all the staff here at X-Laser and thought we’d have a little fun. After all, we make lasers, why not have a laser events on Independence Day! We lit fireworks with lasers, laser engraved burgers, steaks and hot dogs and of course enjoyed a few great laser shows in the warehouse.

We used an Epilog Helix 35W, I found that the sweet spot for hot dogs was 1200DPI, 14% speed and 100% power. We had less success rastering ground beef though, it seems to be better suited for vector engraving.

 


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1 Comment

  1. How did they manage to avoid fouling the optics with all the greasy smoke that was surely liberated?

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