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Power Tools Made in America: Woodworking Tools: Power Tools – A Laser Engraver in your Shop. https://www.youtube.com/user/wwgoaeditor Woodworking Tools: Power Tools – George Vondriska demonstrates how to use an Epilog laser engraver to etch text and …

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  1. William Todd says:

    Very interesting machine. Would be nice to have one of these in the shop.

  2. rachel ramsey says:

    omg I want one of these.. totally awesome that it works on many kinds of

  3. mohammad nadeem says:

    i have this machine and work on it successfully yeah its realy awesome for
    all kind of work on wood , glass, steel ,aluminum,brass and alos on mobile

  4. NANDA KUMAR D says:

    i am interested in this machine but what ‘s that sound while running kindly
    let me know the cost of machine , Regards

  5. Apple Guy says:

    there is a company in Quebec that sells them and they are 10-15k… do not
    go cheap and buy one from someone like full spectrum as the laser tubes
    last between 500 and 1000 hours where as the epilog ones get 25000-35000

  6. Michael P says:

    Hi George, I’m very interested in starting an engraving business but I’m
    just wondering how you get customers, what is the most common
    project/interface in demand and, to put it simply, is it a way to make a
    living? Michael.

  7. irishkendoll says:

    @ 4:20 he says its the exhaust fan (nise)

  8. shiko x says:

    why it dont work with steal ??

  9. kmayberry5263 says:

    how much did you buy yours in american dollars?

  10. kmayberry5263 says:

    does it do 3d?

  11. Factory Enova says:


  12. Raul Chis says:

    hello! what size is it? on flat glass can be engraver? thank you!

  13. Apple Guy says:

    that’s not true at all. it comes down to how deep and how detailed you
    want. for just lettering and what not you put power to 100 and speed to 5
    and change your DPI and it will do it just fine… takes a while though BTW
    it’s a 60 watt

  14. Sabo Kalra says:

    how much this engraver can cost me in Canada. im interested to buy.

  15. jetpowered1 says:

    16 grand list price?

  16. INFERNOmunky says:

    steeeeeel is to dense, you can mark it BLACK with theremark, but you need a
    100k watt laser for that….. these are mabey 50-100

  17. bosslasers says:

    This is a great demo. Well done

  18. WoodWorkers Guild Of America says:

    The machine in this video is an Epilog Helix Laser. They make a variety of
    sizes of beds. Yes, it will engrave flat glass.

  19. Hector Sotomayor says:

    where did you get teh exhaust fan?

  20. Apple Guy says:

    depends. how deap do you want to go? it will engrave steal just fine

  21. steve11381964 says:

    Nice video, Whats the engraving area without a rotary attachment?

  22. WoodWorkers Guild Of America says:

    I fabricated the fan from some parts I had laying around. The blower used
    to be in a dust collector, which is why it’s such a high velocity fan.

  23. Apple Guy says:

    that is a 10 to 15k laser and yes and no to the 3d. it can cut 3d images
    inside glass (like a glass ball with a horse in it) but it is not a 3d
    printer if that’s what your asking

  24. anton utiu says:

    They r overpriced…. To bad …

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