Does anybody know/have a versa laser?

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by alaimo@jcu.edu, May 2, 2007.

  1. alaimo@jcu.edu

    alaimo@jcu.edu I need a Pin up girl. . .

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    I found out about this laser printer:
    http://www.ulsinc.com/versalaser/english/index.html
    Instead of ink, it etches and cuts with a laser! I can't afford to buy one, about 13 000 usd. But if anyone has one I would be intrested in several things. 1. WIll it cut out our kits? 2. If it does, what would you charge me to laser cut a kit? 3. I wish they were cheaper...:)
  2. John Griffin

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    laser

    That would be awesome for making tank tracks. There is such a thing as a 'Cricut' used for craft scrapbooks- it cuts out patterns but I'm not sure about custom shapes.
  3. ekuth

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    Unfortunately, the Cricut does not link with computers but relies upon pattern cartridges. The Robocraft, however, does. I want one, but the $399.00 (USD) price is a little steep for me right now...
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  5. alaimo@jcu.edu

    alaimo@jcu.edu I need a Pin up girl. . .

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    Ekuth, will the prison cell hold a 6 yr old boy? Mine needs confining...:) He keeps me building him paperplanes...:)

    The robo craft II is about a thousand dollars from what I can search for. I don't think the 8 inch 350 dollar one would work...
    I am going to research the Craft ROBO Pro II. . .
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    Cyana at Kartonbau.de had a pretty good experience with the 'cheapo' model.



    Cheers,


    Oliver