Unofficial 3dpBurner Instruction Manual
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This is an unofficial PDF guide to operating and using Villamany's excellent 3dpBurner laser cutter/engraver. I've published this as a way to help others starting his project get an understanding of some of the concepts and abilities of the device - please be sure to checkout Villamany's website http://3dpburner.blogspot.com and upgrade to 3dpBurner 2!
I'm certainly no expert at this machine or laser cutting/engraving - and my techniques may or may not be the best or easiest way to accomplish things - so please feel free to let everyone know if there's a better way. It did take me quite a while to research and produce this manual, so I do hope it helps.
Use at your own risk - I take no responsibility for missing eyes or damage to your equipment - this is a guide only, and accuracy is not guaranteed. I originally made this to assist other users of my machine (and to jog my own memory...).
I'd also suggest if you have some settings for certain cutting or engraving of items, please post them in the comment for everyone to share! Good luck and have fun!
The guide does reference both paid and free programs - ensure you purchase these and support their development.
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