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Brand New Sculpfun S10 Laser Engraver Hands-on Review – Better Than The Sculpfun S9?
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Sculpfun has produced another beast of an laser engraver! It is suitable for hobby and even for professional work as it is capable enough to run a small ...

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The New xTool RA2 Pro Rotary Chuck Will Make Your xTool D1 Laser Engraver 10x Better!
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We have tested the brand-new rotary system, the xTool RA2 Pro - the WORLD'S FIRST 4-in-1 Rotary for Laser Engraver. This is a very different design to the more ...

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Which Diode Laser Engraver is THE MOST POWERFUL? Let’s Find Out by Measuring Optical Power!
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In the past year, we have acquired a lot of different laser engravers. On this website, through many posts, we have tested all of them, and we saw that between ...

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Comgrow Comgo Z1 Is an Affordable Dual-Beam Laser Engraver Workhorse!
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In this article we will review and test the Comgrow Comgo Z1 laser engraver! This is a very affordable option if you want to dive into the higher powered ...

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This Sculpfun Expansion Kit Will EXPAND Your Mind! (And Your Laser Engraver Too!)
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If you want to make bigger stuff, you need a bigger laser machine. Using this Sculpfun expansion kit, you will be able to make your Sculpfun S6 or S9 laser ...

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Review and Test: Atomstack A5 M50 Pro?  Is it a A10/X7 Pro’s Baby Brother?
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In this article we will review and test the engraving and cutting performance of the Atomstack A5 M50 Pro laser engraver. This engraver is basically the same ...

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This Slick Sculpfun Rotary Roller Attachment Will Make Your Laser Spin! REVIEW
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If you want to engrave cylindrical objects, then the Sculpfun rotary roller attachment is a tool to choose! It is highly adjustable roller system which fits ...

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The xTool D1 Is The NICEST Laser Cutter Engraver So Far! We Put It to the TEST Review!
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The Makeblock xTool D1 laser engraver is a high-end, high quality laser engraver. It will not disappoint even the most demanding user. In this article we have ...

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Test: Atomstack A10 S10 Pro X7 Pro – Superior Features – Best In Its Class?
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In this article we will review and test the engraving and cutting performance of the Atomstack A10 Pro laser engraver. This engraver is basically the same as ...

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Did You Know YOU Could LASER ENGRAVE These Strange Materials? (Using Sculpfun S9)
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"Laser engravers are getting more and more capable these days. I know what you're thinking, "I am not a maker, I don't need to be reading this." Okay, but bear ...

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  1. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters October 19, 2022 at 07:03

    You can check both reviews and compare the cutting results. We test all machines the same way, so you can directly compare the results between them.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 6, 2023 at 20:11

    I personally prefer Sculpfun.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 6, 2023 at 20:11

    I don’t think there is a rotary option.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 6, 2023 at 20:10

    You will not be disappointed. You will have a lot of fun with this machine!

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 6, 2023 at 20:10

    You can download the test files with all the settings:
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/download-test-files/
    Otherwise, I think it was around 30% power.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 6, 2023 at 20:08

    You should check the wiring. It could be electrical issue.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 6, 2023 at 20:07

    Rubber can be cut, but it stinks. Black EVA foam cuts nicely. Colored ones, slightly worse.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 6, 2023 at 20:06

    Ortur for better mechanics, Comgrow for better price.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 6, 2023 at 20:06

    Hi, I have used it from 20kHz to 100kHz, but I don’t have a way to measure the frequency. The results from 20kHz to 30kHz and from 60kHz to 100kHz don’t look much different, I don’t know if this is due to the frequency range being limited or it is just physics. Mine was the pre-production prototype. It should have same or worse performance to the production units.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 17, 2023 at 18:01

    Yes, I have also mentioned this in the review. It is the same as xTool infrared module.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 17, 2023 at 18:00

    What do you mean by power bar?

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 16, 2023 at 16:13

    Thanks for noticing! They advertise it as 400mm. I will need to measure it to see the real area.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 14, 2023 at 18:37

    Hi, thanks for reading!
    All cutting tests are done at 100% power.

    It depends on what type of plywood do you have. Some plywoods are very difficult to cut. We recommend Poplar or Birch plywood.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 3, 2023 at 20:24

    All of the machine should be OK for your use. You just need to clean lenses regularly.
    Sculpfun S30 Pro has a replacable lens which is great for longevity. The xTool D1 has a bit more durable mechanics.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 3, 2023 at 20:22

    Send me an email

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 3, 2023 at 20:21

    It can’t be interchanged directly. Maybe with some rewiring of the connectors.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 3, 2023 at 20:20

    Thanks!

  18. It really depends on your preference. Sculpfun has more features for the money, but the xTool has better mechanics and should last longer in theory. Both are good machines.

  19. All cutting is done at 100% power.

  20. I think it is worth the extra!

  21. Its mostly trial and error. For metals usually full power. Every material is different. The best is to try for yourself and see what happens. My settings are not perfect.

  22. https://hobbylasercutters.com/download-test-files/

  23. Sorry, not very soon.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters November 8, 2022 at 19:23

    The wobbly line is due to the mounting system on our machine being an early version. I think it is not as concerning as these are pictures made with a microscope, these are very minimal vibrations due to relatively high speed used in that test. Vibrations are small enough that will not be seen when engraving wood.
    Automatic air assist is nice if you want to do engraving job and jutting job in one go. You enable air assist only for cutting and you will not need to stand near the machine waiting to turn on the air assist.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters October 31, 2022 at 09:08

    Hi,
    Number of passes needed depend on a set speed. More passes at higher speed usually leave a cleaner cut compared to going very slow and cutting through in only one pass.
    You find out the needed number of passes by testing the material. You take a sample of the material and try to cut out a circle. You tweak the setting (speed/number of passes) until it cuts through reliably. Each material is different and needs some testing before cutting the project out of it.

  26. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters October 25, 2022 at 16:16

    Hey!
    You made me wondering and I went out and tried it. With the xTool RA2 Pro you also get a wiring adapter which fits Sculpfun and Atomstack laser engravers! I have also updated the xTool RA2 article with this new information.

  27. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters October 24, 2022 at 18:44

    It is all mentioned in the articles.
    Usually 600mm/min and full power.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters October 24, 2022 at 18:43

    Hi, You can compare the machines by yourself, you need to read through both reviews and decide which one is best for your needs.
    I might do one blog post on the topic of best machines and list pros and cons on what we think are the best features.
    But there is no best machine for everything. If one machine has some special function that makes it great for what you need, then its the best for you, regardless of its performance.
    Sign up for the newsletter to be notified when a new article is released!

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    Hobby Laser Cutters October 19, 2022 at 07:04

    Read our S10 review too and see the differences: https://hobbylasercutters.com/sculpfun-s10/

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    Hobby Laser Cutters October 15, 2022 at 08:24

    Awesome! I share similar experience with the A5 Pro

  31. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters October 15, 2022 at 08:23

    HI,
    1.) The included stainless steel plate is about 1mm thick, so no worried 🙂
    2.) With this test, you see how closely do you need to set the Fill lines when filling the shapes so it looks nice. IF you space them too far apart, you will see the individual lines, if they are too tightly together, then the engraving time is unnecessarily extended by a lot.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters October 11, 2022 at 09:08

    The display only comes with the Pro version.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters October 10, 2022 at 16:01

    Thanks for finding the issue. The link is now updated. It should work now.

  34. It needs to be connected to the PC

  35. Thank you for visiting!

  36. Hi, I have just updated the coupon list: https://hobbylasercutters.com/coupons/

    S10 is a great value for money!

  37. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters August 28, 2022 at 17:34

    Hi,
    Did you also check our Sculpfun S9 review?
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/sculpfun-s9/
    You can also compare some cutting performance between these two machines in this article:
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/air-assist-comparison/

    The S10 is twice as powerful. This means that it will be able to cut and engrave faster. And it also has an improved x-axis rail system, which means that it is more precise too. Choosing one will depend on your specific needs. But both are very good engravers.
    We also have some discount codes for these two machines, valid only until the end of this month, if you want to save some money:
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/coupons/

  38. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters August 13, 2022 at 12:37

    Hi, the upgrade kit is available in their official store: https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_DEKB2eb

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    Hobby Laser Cutters August 13, 2022 at 12:35

    We will!

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    Hobby Laser Cutters August 2, 2022 at 14:31

    Thanks! We might review another one in the future.

  41. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters August 2, 2022 at 14:30

    Hi, You can now get the air assist for the S9 laser:
    EU version: https://hobbylasercutters.com/go/sculpfun-air-assist-eu/
    US version: https://hobbylasercutters.com/go/sculpfun-air-assist-us/
    We are testing it right now and it works very well!
    All these air assists are turned on manually with a switch on the pump. There is no software control for it.

  42. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters July 9, 2022 at 13:13

    All other 5W lasers were unable to engrave stainless. The S10 is much better since it has double the power. 5W is usually just at the border of being capable of engraving stainless.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters July 7, 2022 at 19:29

    I don’t think RDWorks works with GRBL machines.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters July 3, 2022 at 19:30

    A10 only exists as Pro.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters July 2, 2022 at 19:19

    1.)I think it is the a4988 driver. With some tinkering and programming I think you could put in the Trinamic drivers for more precision
    2.)I don’t know about this
    3.) you would need to modify the firmware. Without the source code this is impossible
    4.)It does not support wifi

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    Hobby Laser Cutters June 23, 2022 at 17:31

    I don’t have much experience with MDF, but it takes more power to cut it compared to plywood. I think 10mm MDF is a bit too thick for the S9. Maybe try even faster speed with more passes or try making an an air assist which will blow some dust away. I think some people made designs for S9 air assist.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters June 13, 2022 at 19:22

    It should be compatible with other open frame brands. They say it is compatible with Sculpfun, Atomstack, ORTUR, NEJE, Twotress.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters June 13, 2022 at 19:18

    Hi, The S10 is double diode laser.
    That paragraph about the Sculpfun S9 is meant to say about the S9. We have rephrased it to make it a little bit more clear.
    Thanks!

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    Hobby Laser Cutters June 7, 2022 at 16:55

    Hi,
    You can purchase the Neje 3S Max and add the extension kit YC1150 1150mm:
    https://bit.ly/3zns2hb
    You will get area of 1150mmx860mm (45×33 inch)

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    Hobby Laser Cutters June 7, 2022 at 16:52

    Hi, Did you try cleaning the lens with a q-tip and Isopropyl alcohol? Cleaning the lens helps a lot.
    You can see how to clean it near the end of this video. https://youtu.be/iUTRLMqlYX4

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 28, 2022 at 11:46

    You would need to invert the image if a engraved surface becomes lighter colored than the non engraved.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 28, 2022 at 11:45

    You can’t cut white or transparent materials.You can only engrave it if you paint the surface black before engraving. White reflects the light and this is why it does not work. You should try with black/green/red/yellow and it should work.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 20, 2022 at 18:19

    Haven’t tried nylon yet, but I think it can cut it if it is dark color.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 12, 2022 at 19:39

    Thank you for your input! Glad to see you made a good decision!

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 12, 2022 at 19:37

    Thanks! Yeah I remember the early days of 3D printing. I made my first 3D printer 10+ years ago and spent 1k$ for assembly materials and motors and heads… And everybody was looking at my printer as a 8th wonder of the world. Nobody was familiar with 3D printing. I still have it but it prints way worse compared to a 150$ 3D printer now 🙂

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 12, 2022 at 19:33

    Probably they will soon have their own air assist system made for their machines. Possibly you could modify an existing assist for another brand, but I don’t think you really need an air assist for the S9 as it is capable cutter by itself.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 11, 2022 at 19:47

    There will always be a better machine as this field is developing very quickly as every few months a new and better machine is introduced which features new tech.
    We will try to keep up with our reviews as fast as we can 🙂

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 11, 2022 at 19:42

    We will definitely test some powerful lasers when they come out!

  59. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters May 9, 2022 at 16:15

    Did you check that the connector on the motor that moves that axis did not disconnect by accident?

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    Hobby Laser Cutters May 6, 2022 at 15:22

    There is adjustment. It is also stated in the instructions. The bottom wheel has a hex nut on one side, that nut is eccentrically mounted and spinning it, changes the tension by moving the wheel slightly up or down. Use the included spanner/wrench to rotate it until the loose play is gone.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters April 28, 2022 at 08:13

    There could be a slight chance that the power supply might be a problem?

  62. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters April 26, 2022 at 10:36

    Sculpfun does not have an official air assist yet. All of the available are after-market/third party kits. We will test one in the following months.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters April 25, 2022 at 07:49

    This is some very fine text. I am not sure it would come out cleanly. I would say 1mm text is the smallest you can go.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters April 25, 2022 at 07:46

    I rather use speed around 600mm/min and full power for cutting and then go with multiple passes, rather than going slower and do a single pass. Multiple passes at higher speed leave much cleaner and less charred edge.
    You should use Poplar plywood. This cuts the easiest.

  65. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters April 22, 2022 at 14:58

    Check the technical review, it will help you figure it out a bit
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/sculpfun-s9/

  66. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters April 22, 2022 at 14:57

    try 600mm/min, 100% power and several passes.
    Did you check the technical review?
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/sculpfun-s9/

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    Hobby Laser Cutters April 18, 2022 at 09:40

    Usually all the dual diode modules have larger beam sizes than standard 5W modules. I think it has something to do with the challenges of focusing the two light sources together. It is a flagship because it is very well built and has the most features. The fact that the beam is perfect square is very important. This helps A LOT when cutting wooden boxes with tight fitting joints. Otherwise parts cut vertically and horizontally don’t fit together.

    With 10W machines, I engrave the test pattern on anodized aluminium with 50% power so the light output should be about the same as running 5W machine at 100% power.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters April 11, 2022 at 16:52

    The absolute limit is 5000mm/min, but the practical limit is around 3000mm/min

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    Hobby Laser Cutters April 11, 2022 at 16:51

    Thanks!

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    Hobby Laser Cutters April 9, 2022 at 15:00

    Good catch. When I got the machine it was advertised as 15W and somewhere as 10W.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters April 9, 2022 at 14:59

    Whoops, I forgot to add it. Its fixed now.

  72. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters April 9, 2022 at 14:56

    Yes, S9 is safe to look for a short moment without glasses. It has a good light shield.

  73. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters March 28, 2022 at 06:59

    Hi,
    It has much nicer mechanics and an offline controller. I haven’t tried engraving on stainless with it yet.
    As for the performance comparison, you should compare it with our Sculpfun S9 review article.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters March 22, 2022 at 18:41

    Running at 100% will probably not affect the life span of the laser significantly, unless you use it A LOT.
    You can probably engrave most of this things with only 90%, but you need to go slower. Our power and speed settings are not ideal and can be improved significantly with some more experimenting.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters March 16, 2022 at 18:42

    This is strange. On what layer does this happen? You can correct the values by hand to the correct one by even looking at the test file text next to the pattern.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters March 15, 2022 at 15:34

    It is measured in the interval test within anodized aluminium test pattern. Its 0.15mm times 0.15mm square

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    Hobby Laser Cutters March 9, 2022 at 18:33

    I haven’t tested the A5 Pro+, but I suppose it is a bit better than the A5.
    If I would be choosing I would choose the Sculpfun S9, because it is truly a very good machine. And I like their light shielding around the module much better. With Atomstack it is very difficult to see where it will start engraving and it is impossible to lower the module a few milimeters lower than optimal(due to the design of the heatsink, which sits very low above the working surface) when you want to cut thicker stuff. I find this very useful to do with the S9.
    We also have a fresh discount coupon for the S9 at the end of the article (price with coupon is 299$). We would appreciate if you buy by clicking through the link in the article, this way you help us to run the website, get more machines for testing and pay our web hosting at no extra cost to you.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters March 3, 2022 at 17:41

    Both should be OK.

  79. You can get it through the links at the end of the post. If you order at Banggood, there will be no import costs as the Banggood sends it with taxes and customs already pre-paid. You only pay the list price and shipping. No extra costs at your border.
    But I would recommend you getting the much more capable Sculpfun S9, I have a great coupon code for it(till the end of the month), and you can get it for only 299$ if you use my code at the end of the article:
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/sculpfun-s9/

  80. https://www.festi.info/boxes.py/
    Just click to the drop-downs – boxes, boxes with flex and choose your variant.

  81. https://hobbylasercutters.com/download-test-files/

  82. Yes, The Sculpfun will release their own roller system in just a few days. We are already testing it and will publish an article when we finish.

  83. Indeed, vinyl is bad for you and your machine!

  84. Can’t say about the Comgrow as we haven’t tested it, but I know that the S9 is the currently best machine we have tested in the price range up to 450$.

  85. Aluminium does not engrave directly but anodized aluminium works great.

  86. You need to wait a couple of days so that the roller system becomes available. I will post link when it does.

  87. Great tip!

  88. Banggood ships from China, although they have some products in US stock aswell.
    But I never had problems with them. The import taxes are handled by Banggood.

    You can also buy from Amazon if you want to get it from US:
    https://amzn.to/3HmVFAv

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    Hobby Laser Cutters February 1, 2022 at 18:49

    Cool!

  90. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 23, 2022 at 09:47

    Does your laser module have 3 pin connector?

  91. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 23, 2022 at 09:44

    Check the wires to the Y axis motor. It could be that the connector has a bad contact.

  92. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 23, 2022 at 09:40

    You should try to contact Sculpfun support. It could be that the tension of the belts or the rollers is too high but it can also be an electrical issue.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 23, 2022 at 09:39

    Try to remove the belt. If movement is still stiff, adjust the eccentric nut under one of the rollers and release some tension.

  94. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 23, 2022 at 09:38

    I will test the Atomstack m50 soon, so I will have all three tested and we will see which one is the best.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters January 23, 2022 at 09:37

    Anodized aluminium at 600mm/min, stainless at 100mm/min. Both at full power.

  96. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 17, 2022 at 17:22

    Cool!
    I use full power for all cutting jobs.

  97. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 10, 2022 at 19:48

    Hi,
    I am planning to test the xtool soon, so we will see how good it is 🙂

  98. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 10, 2022 at 19:46

    I am having some problems with the email system. I sent you the files via email.

  99. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 5, 2022 at 20:09

    For this laser I didn’t make the full video featuring all the tests, but I made a video featuring some cool projects I made with the S9. It is also on this website under the tab Projects and Ideas.

  100. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 5, 2022 at 15:21

    If you want to buy, you have the purchase link at the end of this post.

  101. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 2, 2022 at 09:33

    On this website you can also find an article of the Ortur Laser Master 2 Pro. You can directly compare the results:
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/ortur-laser-master-2-pro/

  102. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters January 2, 2022 at 09:31

    Hi, In this extended article you will be able to download the .dxf file for my drill bit box:
    https://www.instructables.com/Laser-Cut-Drill-Bit-Organizer-With-CNC-Routed-Dril/

    But if it still comes out too small, you probably have the units wrong in the software. Maybe try metric units.

  103. You should check the belt tension and adjust the rollers.

  104. Lightburn is completely user friendly program. You don’t need to know gcode.

  105. It should work, but I can’t be 100% because I haven’t tried it.

  106. The S9 does not have limit switches currently. But it might soon get updated and get them.
    I don’t use air assist, but I am planning to make it.

  107. Thanks!

  108. I really haven’t tried MDF yet, but it should cut it without problems. I have seen many people cut MDF with weaker lasers.

  109. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters December 9, 2021 at 19:07

    https://www.banggood.com/custlink/m3KRNhuYw7

  110. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters December 9, 2021 at 19:05

    Sure! Just buy the separate S9 laser head.

  111. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters December 6, 2021 at 16:12

    Thank you!
    We plan to test rotary accessories soon!

  112. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters December 4, 2021 at 18:46

    Sculpfun S9

  113. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters December 4, 2021 at 18:46

    Cutting leather should not be a problem. Although, the edge would most probably be black.

  114. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters December 4, 2021 at 18:44

    Thanks! Air assist will be tested soon!

  115. Diode lasers work differently than CO2 lasers. Diode laser emits visible light. So anything that looks transparent to you or very white in color will not be ready to cut because light reflects of white surfaces and passes through transparent materials. CO2 lasers work in IR spectrum which is basically heat. This is why it is absorbed by almost any material.
    Blue acrylic does not work because it is the same color as laser light – it reflects blue light.
    You can cut yellow, red and green and similar colors. But the lighter the color, more passes are needed. Yellow takes twice as many passes as black.
    Never tried opaque.

  116. The cutting performance depends on the wood type. The best wood for laser cutting is Poplar wood which is soft and cuts well. 95% of things you see laser cut is made from this wood.

  117. No, sadly it needs USB. Anything via wireless would be unreliable. You can try with active USB extension cable (5m, 10m length), but not having a computer nearby will make the machine very difficult to use. You need a screen and keyboard next to the machine so you can see what you are doing.

  118. No. None of these machines can cut transparent or blue acrylic. They can cut black, yellow, red, green.. but lighter the color, more passes it needs to cut through.

  119. Thanks! you can add yourself by filling the form below the homepage.

  120. This tutorial will help you to setup the machine in Lightburn (or LaserGRBL – here is tutorial for both programs):
    https://gzhls.at/blob/ldb/f/b/e/c/5c238a8e46a7541a755e8ab8326381fef7dd.pdf
    The tutorial is for Atomstack, but it is the same setup for Sculpfun.

  121. This tutorial will help you to setup the machine in Lightburn (or LaserGRBL – here is tutorial for both programs):
    https://gzhls.at/blob/ldb/f/b/e/c/5c238a8e46a7541a755e8ab8326381fef7dd.pdf
    The tutorial is for Atomstack, but it is the same setup for Sculpfun.

  122. No, it is the standard controller, very similar to the Atomstack. But it works just fine.

  123. You can subscribe to newsletter by filling in the newsletter form below the page with your email.

  124. Thanks!

  125. Maybe I will make it. I need to figure out how to measure the performance difference between them. I use better OD6+ goggles which protect eyes way more than the included ones. I posted a link to that goggles in each review.

  126. Ventilation is highly recommended. At least have some desk fan blowing air out of the window. Especially when cutting acrylic a lot of smell is produced.

  127. Cool! I will make a video with roller setup as soon the Sculpfun releases it.

  128. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters November 3, 2021 at 15:51

    Thank you!

  129. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters November 1, 2021 at 08:02

    Thanks for visiting the site! You can expect the video most probably in December.

  130. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters October 31, 2021 at 16:38

    Hi, Thanks for watching!
    The X7 pro will be tested soon 🙂 Subscribe to get notified!

  131. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters October 30, 2021 at 19:22

    Are they wavy just at 60% power? This is strange.
    If they are always wavy, you should check the tension of the belts on both axis and the tension of the rollers (eccentric nut). Check the manual for the appropriate setup.

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    Hobby Laser Cutters October 25, 2021 at 16:52

    Hi, check https://hobbylasercutters.com/download-test-files/ for downloading the test file.

  133. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters October 13, 2021 at 16:57

    Hi,
    Thanks for visiting my site.
    You can download the file here:
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/download-test-files/

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    Hobby Laser Cutters October 3, 2021 at 16:22

    Hi, I have added a form, so everyone can download the file:
    https://hobbylasercutters.com/download-test-files/

  135. Check your email!

  136. Hi,
    I have sent you the test file.

    But it is not compatible with LaserGRBL as the Lightburn uses some parameters to set the power scale to specific shapes.
    You can try it with free trial though.

  137. Hi,
    I have sent you the test file.

    But it is not compatible with LaserGRBL as the Lightburn uses some parameters to set the power scale to specific shapes.
    You can try it with free trial though.

  138. Some “soot” is normal to accumulate on the inside. But you can wipe it off. You also should clean the lens with a cotton swab every now and then. It will improve the performance.
    I sent you the lightburn file via email.

  139. Reply
    Hobby Laser Cutters August 31, 2021 at 16:09

    I will send it to you via email, as I can not attach it here.

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