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Anyone here knows if there's an affordable desktop-sized laser machine out there capable of cutting 0.012" stainless steel for solder paste stencils?
https://www.alibaba.com/product-det...796.html?spm=a2700.details.0.0.444fc08b2kSlJYAnyone here knows if there's an affordable desktop-sized laser machine out there capable of cutting 0.012" stainless steel for solder paste stencils?
Thank you, Danko. I've already looked at machines of that type ... but I'm very scheptical about their true output power. Somehow 90W doesn't seem realistic to me when one considers the price ... do you have first hand knowledge or experience with those machines? Or do you at least know somebody who owns one of them?https://www.alibaba.com/product-det...796.html?spm=a2700.details.0.0.444fc08b2kSlJY
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5.5W is much more believable than 90W ... I hate it when the Chinese confuse you with their sloppy handling of units ... Would 5.5W be enough to cut through 0.012" stainless steel? I wonderOur laser engraver uses the latest 5.5W laser
Cutting tiny PCB stencil traces with one of those things doesn't seem realistic to me ... are you aware of anyone using a machine like that one for that use?
I think 33 W will enough:Would 5.5W be enough to cut through 0.012" stainless steel? I wonder
Thanks, Ernie. I have two 3d printers and I've already tried that ... it didn't work out. Especially with chips having only a 0.65mm pitch.I've seen apps to translate Gerber files to G code so you may 3D print a stencil.
I made one stencil for a board that never got made.
Now that I've actually looked at your requirements, it's probably not appropriate. Sorry bout that.Cutting tiny PCB stencil traces with one of those things doesn't seem realistic to me ...
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