Elecrow Laser Engraver Tool
Elecrow Laser Engraver Tool
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Able to engrave wood, paper, plastic, leather, and more, the Elecrow laser engraver helps you personalize your DIY projects. Featuring an adjustable, high-intensity laser beam that puts out 1,000 mW of power, the beam is designed to cut through multiple layers without burning or damaging the surrounding surface ... Read More

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cb80
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Jul 16, 2019
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Why no pictures of engravings? Really weird.
Jul 16, 2019
Elecrow
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Elecrow
Jul 18, 2019
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Hi, this is Wilson from elecrow,and I have collected some videos and pictures for you. Here is the download link:http://www.elecrow.com/download/carving_sample.zip
Jul 18, 2019
cb80
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Jul 18, 2019
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Thanks!
Jul 18, 2019
Juviboston760
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Jul 13, 2019
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Will it work on fabric?
Jul 13, 2019
Kris_K
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Commerce
Jul 17, 2019
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if it was the right fabric on a flat surface I don't see why not : )
Jul 17, 2019
RayF
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Jun 15, 2019
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Can I use this to erase those tattoos I got when I was drunk the other night?
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Jun 15, 2019
Major_Infidel
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Jul 13, 2019
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“Alright, sir, let us begin by having you explain to us in your own words why it is you believe you’re qualified for an executive management position here at IBM.”
Jul 13, 2019
Utdallaz
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Jan 5, 2019
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Very basic. Very simple to use but expect a toy. It's not going to do any heavy duty engraving. $100 is probably a much as I would pay.
Jan 5, 2019
Canoethrasher
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Oct 12, 2018
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Took delivery on wednesday. included software loads easily on pc. Unit is sturdy though certainly not even close to industrial/commercial grade. you have to use the included software which doesnt do much for editing. Did two trials yesterday with two different engraving depths. Laser engages and follows protocol. Unfortunately absolutely no engraving happened. since there is no user support and just a basic manual - there Is no way to troubleshoot. Could be user error. Could be defective. Im new to engraving but not new to tech and troubleshooting. No luck. Could have spent the money much bettet than on my new paperweight
Oct 12, 2018
Canoethrasher
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Jul 13, 2019
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Power settings were set to max, speed was at slowest setting. Materials were the provided sample materials including basic cardboard. I was expecting slow, basic, application - massdrop provided me a refund.
Jul 13, 2019
Elecrow
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Elecrow
Jul 13, 2019
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Hi, This is Wilson from Elecrow, thank you for your suppprt, also sincere apology for the trouble that caused to you. Could you send me a video to show how it works now? my Email is wilson@elecrow.com
Jul 13, 2019
Ziggler
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Oct 10, 2018
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👎
Oct 10, 2018
Moneigh
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Sep 13, 2018
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I am extremely surprised by the number of people commenting on this product, which makes me curious enough to ask here: would anyone be able to layout a quick recommendation for someone (me) who would be interested in very precisely etching away the anodized layer on titanium and/or aluminum? No engraving of the actual metal is necessary; looking to eat away the surface oxide back to bare titanium.
Sep 13, 2018
Gorbag
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Oct 10, 2018
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Take a look at K40 (40w) imported laser engravers. That should have enough power for what you want to do, and not break the bank. There's a lot of material on the net, and they appear to be very hackable as well.
Oct 10, 2018
charliesean
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Apr 8, 2019
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Wow! Thanks for all the endorsements, I had no idea people would actually read this. So here is an update. The other week my city's supply of HF acid aka Whink Rust Remover completely ran out. Some stores replaced it with the Whink Calcium and Lime Solution with the green cap but this is completely useless for etching titanium. Then I remembered hearing about ammonium bifluoride being able to etch titanium when in a solution with another acid (forgot name) at ambient temperature so it was off to the Wally World and the Big Box supermarket and drug stores. I picked up every bottle of anything that remotely resembled a bottle of liquid and started reading the labels to find what I was looking for. Which really weirded out the other people shopping in the store for some reason, they probably thought I was cooking drugs or something. After a good while I ended up in the automotive department and the first thing I saw was a big neon read bottle so I grabbed it and started to read. HOT RIMS CHROME WHEEL CLEANER Contains phosporic acid, nonionic surfacant, hydroxyacetic acid, glycol ether, ammonium bifluoride.
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Jackpot. I bought a bottle of the stuff for about 6 dollars and a canister of acetone from the hardware department and couldn't wait to do the acid test, so to speak. I grabbed my gear and went outside. I had a small titanium keychain knife that I got on that Wish site because titanium and was disassembled and halfway into an orange peel finish so I threw that in one of those disposable food storage containers and started to spray the HOT RIMS CHROME WHEEL CLEANER and waited. Spray some more and wait. 30 seconds and then foamy bubbles appeared on my slabs accompanied by a not-at-all unpleasant fragrance that reminded me of summer. After about 3 minutes, I neutralize with my bucket as described in my earlier reply and rinse off the bubbles and was looking at cleanly etched slabs and as a bonus my finish wasn't completely stripped off. I really really like this stuff. It doesn't leave hotspots like the Whink did sometimes, and I don't have to etch with any sense of urgency to prevent too much material from being removed. This stuff takes its time and was designed for etching chrome and doesn't dissolve plastic or release noxious fumes. Just remember to not spray it directly on your piece and then gently agitate the container to remove the fouling to ensure a consistently clean etch. Neutralize, then pour down the drain, follow proper safety guidelines, etc. Since the stakes are not considerably lowered and I'm not risking my life with HF, after my etch and touch up on the finish, I decided to do a localized partial etching which really means put it on a paintbrush that uses synthetic fibers instead of horsehair and apply it directly to the piece in strategic locations to make it more grippy. What I did not expect was the vivid level of saturation that came about as a result.
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So that's about it. I'm happy I can get back to my projects now. Hope this helps somebody.
Apr 8, 2019
Ziggler
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Aug 31, 2018
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go to wish or best gear and you can get this engraver for 70 to $80 all day long. I have seen some pretty good deals on massdrop but this kind of disappoints me. Hope they can do better.
Aug 31, 2018
mindgamer8907
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Sep 4, 2018
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Only once for me. It was a kilt. It is awesome.
Sep 4, 2018
samliu
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Sep 5, 2018
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Fwiw I also got burned by wish. $30 wetvac came slightly broken and required me to purchase additional parts. Woulda been cheaper to shell out the $35-40 in big box stores for name brand.
Sep 5, 2018
Diggie
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Jul 27, 2018
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AMZ has the "Leepra Purple" for a few bucks more, looks identical except that has twice as much power as this one.
Doesn't seem like a great deal.
Jul 27, 2018
Chaostrophy
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Jul 26, 2018
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Jul 26, 2018
RidevaDemocritus
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Mar 6, 2019
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Came here looking for BBoTE comments. This is 100% a dangerous toy, the particulate created from laser engraving is SUPER fine and there is no real mitigation for it. Safety glasses should always be worn.
Mar 6, 2019
Chaostrophy
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Mar 6, 2019
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I do worry about using mine, not sure if I'll just blow it out a window, or try to capture it somehow (hah, easier said than done). I have an enclosure, with a safety interlock on order (Snapmaker has been a little behind).
Mar 6, 2019
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