This manual is the main resource for both building and maintaining a Lasersaur laser cutter. The basic idea is, when you build it you can easily maintain it. The other idea is that an open source design can improve over time through the collaboration of many people. We hope in three years it will have evolved to the point where it has multiple robotic arms sticking out capable of building space stations :)
- Building Process
- Mailing List - join the discourse!
- Map of Builders - add yourself!
- Flickr Group - add your images!
- Vimeo Videos - tag your videos "lasersaur"
- Materials List - add your materials!
- ITP's photo documentation (outdated)
- Pax Modern's photo documentation (outdated)
- CW&T's photo documentation (outdated)
- Other Docs
- Please consider supporting the project
|Please be aware that operating a self-built laser cutter can be dangerous and requires full awareness of the risks involved. NORTD Labs does not warrant for any contents of the manual and does not assume any risks whatsoever with regard to the contents of this manual or the machine assembled by you. NORTD Labs further does not warrant for and does not assume any risks whatsoever with regard to any parts of the machine contained in this manual which are provided by third parties. You need to have the necessary experience in handling high-voltage electrical devices and class 4 laser beams to build the machine described in this manual. Otherwise you should seek professional advice for building the machine.|