The Lasersaur is a beautiful laser cutter with an outstanding price-performance ratio.
We designed it to fill the need of makers, designers, architects and researchers who want a safe and
highly-capable machine. Unlike others it's open source and comes fully loaded with knowledge to run, maintain, and modify.
|What can it cut?
Material Rundown Video
|What are the specs?
- work area: 1220x610mm (48x24")
- dimensions: 1700x1170x360mm (67x46x14.2")
- laser: 120W @ 10.6um (100W in long-life)
- resolution: 0.1-0.03mm (240-840dpi)
- maximum feed/seekrate: 6000mm/min
- modes: vector, vector fills, raster
|What does set it apart?
- Solid aluminum/stainless design.
- Beautiful, cross-platform control software.
- Industrial size yet portable (2 people, panels off).
- Powerful API to fully integrate into workflow.
- Open source design with helpful community.
- Designed for DIY maintenance.
- Modular design (upgradable to 200W).
- Quick-swapable focal lens.
|How can I get one?
|Who has already built a 'saur?
- Lot of us!
- Hacker spaces all over the world.
- Students at CMU, NYU, MIT, ETH et al.
- Designers and Architects.
|Who started it?
Stefan and Addie from Nortd Labs
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Studio for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University
Culture Lab at Newcastle University
Hyperwerk in Basel