Emblaser 2 Laser Cutter/Engraver with Air Assist, Camera, WiFi

October 26th, 2017

Emblaser 2 Laser Cutter/Engraver with Air Assist, Camera, WiFi

Perfect for the classroom

Designed, engineered and proudly made in Australia, the Emblaser 2 is the second generation desktop laser cutter and engraver that is a perfect combination of ease-of-use, size, power and price. Designed to be user friendly, easy to setup, safe and easy to use in any classroom.
So many materials

The Emblaser 2 can cut, mark or engrave cloth, cardboard, paper, leather, wood, plastics and so much more.

Safety first

Traditionally laser cutters have only been available for specialized learning areas, but the Emblaser 2 is a Class 1 laser making is safe to use in any classroom when combined with it’s air filtration unit.

The AS/NZS IEC 60825 classification divides lasers into 6 classes, with 6 being the highest and most harmful. The Emblaser 2 is a Class 1 device considered the safest and does not permit human access to laser radiation during operation.

Give depth to your work

A true 3D cutting & engraving machine, the Emblaser 2 allows you to achieve different levels of depths and details.

It gives your piece that extra dimension by giving you the control to adjust the height of the laser while cutting. Cut through thicker materials by setting your laser to automatically lower with multiples passes.

Precise Alignment

Use the built-in camera to overlay your design onto your project. Take out the alignment guesswork

What’s in the package:

  • Emblaser 2 wireless desktop laser cutter engraver
  • Clean cut air assist
  • 4 x cutting mats
  • Extraction hose
  • LaserWeb Software Windows, MAC & Linux
  • Lens cleaning kit
  • 120-220v – 12vDC Power Supply
  • USB Cable
  • Fire Blanket
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
  • Online & Phone Customer Support
  • Optional

  • Indoor filtration unit
  • Spare filter
  • This post was written by John Marello http://www.octave.com

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