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Laser Engraving a Rubber Stamp (2018)

A full guide to laser engraving a rubber stamp on your laser cutting and engraving machine. 

Welcome to the 43rd in our series of videos that aim to teach you how to use a laser cutter. 

In this video, Russ goes through the steps for laser engraving a rubber stamp.

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Presented by Russ from Sarbar Multimedia (...) and using Thinklaser's Lightblade 4060 - 60 watt flatbed laser system you will be taken in easy stages through 
- Machine Set-up, 
- Use of the RDWorks Software, 
- Maintenance and Alignment
- Troubleshooting
- Building projects
- Laser Safety
- Laser theory
- Laser Cutting
- Laser Engraving
- Materials
- Hints and Tips

If you are new to the world of lasers and are thinking of dipping your toe in the water and purchasing your first laser machine, check out these videos to determine it's right for you and avoid the potential pitfalls awaiting you.

Even if you are a seasoned laser user, we're sure there will be something in this series that will catch your interest, particularly if you are a user of the RDWorks software. 
No matter what brand of laser system you currently own, many of the topics to be covered will be of direct interest. 

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