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laser-operations [2016/11/15 19:13]
Adric Menning [Acceptable Materials]
laser-operations [2016/11/15 19:14]
Adric Menning [Acceptable Materials]
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   * cardboard   * cardboard
   * paper   * paper
 +  * glass (engraving/​frosting only)
  
 You are welcome to cut materials 3/8" or thinner. 3/8" is "​thick"​ for our laser. Feel free to touch base with the trainers if you are interested in cutting thicker materials. You are welcome to cut materials 3/8" or thinner. 3/8" is "​thick"​ for our laser. Feel free to touch base with the trainers if you are interested in cutting thicker materials.
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       * Ingredients COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS \\ Blend of paraphinic plasticizer,​ calcium carbonate, titanium dioxide, styrene butadiene styrene synthetic \\ rubber, white factis synthetic rubber, polysiloxane,​ magnesium stearate, calcium stearate.       * Ingredients COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS \\ Blend of paraphinic plasticizer,​ calcium carbonate, titanium dioxide, styrene butadiene styrene synthetic \\ rubber, white factis synthetic rubber, polysiloxane,​ magnesium stearate, calcium stearate.
       * It is a bit stinky.       * It is a bit stinky.
-  * 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective tape,  still unknown on composition of backing, ​ but the tape itself is acrylic and the reflective stuff does not hurt the cutter, but does need to be masked with tape for good /clean cutting+  * 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective tape, still unknown on composition of backing, but the tape itself is acrylic and the reflective stuff does not hurt the cutter, but does need to be masked with tape for good /clean cutting
  
 Disallowed materials are: Disallowed materials are:
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