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ANYCUBIC 2 in 1 machine for 3d printing and laser engraving, $199 + FS

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ANYCUBIC Mega Pro - Multi-function 3D Printer.
Original price: $349.00, on sale with $60 coupon code YUPOI = $199 YUPOI

https://www.anycubic.com/products/mega-pro
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It's a 1.5W laser, if you have a bit higher budget look for a 10W one (much more fun) and just buy a 3d printer separately, there are many options in the sub $200 range now.
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Quote from bouncyball :
It's a 1.5W laser, if you have a bit higher budget look for a 10W one (much more fun) and just buy a 3d printer separately, there are many options in the sub $200 range now.
Do those require CO2 cooling?
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Do those require CO2 cooling?
No, there's just a little fan for air cooling on top. I usually run mine at 80% max to increase the longevity of the laser diodes.

Some manufacturer's call their 10W optical power lasers 40W though, which is the electrical power consumed by the laser. So if you're looking to buy one, always check for the actual output power.
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It's a 1.5W laser, if you have a bit higher budget look for a 10W one (much more fun) and just buy a 3d printer separately, there are many options in the sub $200 range now.
Which one would you recommend? From your comments, I get a feel that you know about laser engraving devices and I am looking to purchase one.
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Which one would you recommend? From your comments, I get a feel that you know about laser engraving devices and I am looking to purchase one.
comgrow has a good one called the Z1. ive engraved glass with it and stuff.
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Trash printer brand...uses proprietary parts that are not available without support. Stick to one of the popular ones like Creality so you can buys spares on Amazon
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