Hoe werkt een lasersnijmachine?

Hoe werkt een lasersnijmachine?

Met mijn bedrijfje maakt ik o.a. houten decoratie artikelen die ik verkoop via o.a.  facebook of soms een markt. Dan krijg ik veel de vraag of ik de hele winter aan het figuurzagen ben geweest.  Als ik dan vertel dat het met de lasersnijmachine is gemaakt krijg je nog vaak niet begrijpende blikken. Daarom zal ik wat vertellen over de lasersnijmachine.

Een lasersnijmachine kun je het beste vergelijken met een plotter of een grote printer. Maar in plaats van een printje wordt je tekening uit het hout gebrand of gesneden.  Je moet hiervoor dus speciale tekensoftware gebruiken waarin je aangeeft waar hij moet snijden en waar er gegraveerd moet worden. Op de software van de lasersnijmachine lees je de tekening in, en geef je vervolgens aan met hoeveel kracht hij moet werken. Voor snijlijnen heb je meer kracht nodig (bijvoorbeeld 95%) dan voor graveerlijnen (15%). Ook de snelheid moet je instellen en dat heeft invloed op het resultaat. Voor elk type materiaal moet je andere waardes gebruiken wat het een heel uitzoekwerk maakt en zo zijn er nog een paar factoren waar je rekening mee moet houden. Maar de stelregel is toch wel dat als het hout dikker is dan moet je langzamer en met meer kracht snijden.

Standaard gebruik ik vaak 3 of 4 mm dik multiplex. maar ik kan in principe tot 12mm dik doorsnijden.  Ook plexiglas, leer, kurk, vilt, papier/karton, etc behoort tot de mogelijkheden en dan heb je bijvoorbeeld nog aluminium of leisteen wat wel te graveren maar niet te snijden is. 

Een ander dingetje waar je rekening mee moet houden is de dikte van de laserstraal, die is 0.1mm op mijn machine. Dit is vooral belangrijk als je onderdelen uitsnijd die netjes in elkaar moeten passen zoals de eekhoorn hierboven. Het is dus een heel gepas en gemeet om de boel precies pas te krijgen. Een keer een houtje van een andere leverancier gebruiken en het past niet meer . Hout van 4mm is namelijk zelden 4 mm.. soms is het 3,7mm en soms is het 4,5 mm..  het houd je alert zullen we maar zeggen.

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Who was I in a past life?
#reincarnation Hello! I am Edward of the Knight. I am very optimistic in character and when people at the KRO asked people to participate in the Regression Therapy program at Louis De Bie, I thought why not? But I have to admit that I didn't believe in having a past life at all. I was thinking, either do you fantasize under a session or it's a form of telepathy. You then, as a ghost somewhere in the Universe, pick up memories of someone else's life. From the Akasha storage area of the Universe maybe. Because that's what I believed in. Also that we each have a soul and we belong to a whole created by the Creator, the source of energy from which everything came into being. But now I have to admit that I am not sure what to think about it. Because the images that I received during my Regression Therapy under the direction of Dr Louis De Bie turned out to be very true. To see if it was right, what I just shook up my sleeve during the session, which lasted about an hour, we went to the area in France. To Normandy. In Tourvolle sur Arques in the countryside stands the Miromesnil castle. Under trance, I told, with great conviction, that I had worked there as a gardener in 1753. Just a little while 250 years ago! The memories that came to me were very vivid. I saw myself planting flowers, weeding among the many vegetables in the vegetable garden, cropping the grass with a scythe, etc. Life as a gardener there, I remembered, was very satisfying. I was living in a house on the right side of the castle with my wife and 2 children. A young and a girl. We all had a loving existence. With the lord of the castle, who appreciated my work, I also had a friendly contact earlier. By the way, it was a man with a good character. He occasionally gave the children some toys and they were also invited to the castle. There they were treated to tasty things and they were even allowed to play hide and seek in the castle. I don't remember him having a wife. My wife at the time did work as a cook in the kitchen. A large window overlooked the flowers and the vegetable garden. You only had to take a few steps outside to bring in crispy fresh vegetables in the kitchen. The visit with Derek Bolt, who helped lead the search in the right direction, was very exciting for me. Because you know, I still thought I made it all up. Under trance, it is difficult to determine for yourself whether your thoughts are true or fantasy. But when we entered Miromesnil through a door between a high wall, I immediately knew how to walk along the trail from the castle to the house. I knew exactly. The house is located to the right of the castle with the back facing the vegetable garden. I remembered that I could pass by a garden lodge from the house to the garden. So the front door of the house was on the other side. I knew we had a big room and two bedrooms. One for the parents and one for the children. Today, family of the current owner of the castle Nathalie Milotet lives in. We got a tour of the cottage in which I had enjoyed many happy days in the past. We were also invited by the current owner. The castle is partly inhabited by her. But part of it is now a museum. On a brown writing table there lies the will of the then lord of the castle, where I was a gardener. It describes in French that after his death, the gardener received an annuity of 200 pounds for the rest of his life. When we asked the woman if this was a lot, she replied that you could make a good living at that time and then the lord of the castle really carried his gardener in the heart So that's how I remembered him. We also went to visit the city of Rouen itself. Because I had told during the session that I would occasionally go to a blacksmith in the city to have my gear sharpened or to buy something new. The blacksmith was also a good friend of mine at the time and I was allowed to stay with him. Because of course everything happened with cart and horse back then and if you had to go on foot, it took hours before you got to Rouen from the countryside. I remembered exactly how I had to go a straight road towards Cathedral to see the blacksmith. In the century at that time, all blacksmiths lived together on the same street. They were competitors of each other. In the meantime, the street had changed its name. That's what a local historian told us. Instead of Rue Standre de la Porte aux Fevres, she is now called Rue aux Ours. I had also remembered an inside of a church. After going to see the cathedral inside, this turned out not to be the right church from which I had seen images. It was Eglise StOuen. She looked just like I described under the session. A beautiful stained stained glass Rosette above the entrance to the Church. A dark brown very tall pulpit, a tube organ behind the altar. It knocked like a bus. I also remembered my own passing in this session and saw my then wife, my daughter with her husband and twin children and my son standing around my bed. I was at peace with it at the time because I had a lung disease and I was refraining from it a lot. I was also thankful on my deathbed for the life I had suffered It was a satisfactorily peaceful existence with the pleasure of seeing the plants bloom and growing. Which I really enjoyed back then. I had no enemies and some close friends and a very lovable wife. And real fun kids. I would like to draw storage again for this life. My current life is really hectic. But that's also because I love music a lot, I put myself forward as a DJ. Together with a good friend, I also work out music concepts. In addition, I also work in an advertising agency. You also have to save your household, and I live apart from my soul friend. So a completely different life. From what I experienced, I picked up a lesson: “Take it slow down now and then, Edward, I think. W myant, all that hectic stuff is really not necessary. But yes it will also be the present zeitgeist, isn't it? I do slow myself down a bit more these days.
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