Global Laser Drilling Machine Market Outlook 2019: Business overview, Industry insights, Upcoming Trends and Top Company Analysis Forecast By 2025

LOS ANGELES, United States: The report offers a complete research study of the global Laser Drilling Machine market that includes accurate forecasts and analysis at global, regional, and country levels. It provides a comprehensive view of the global Laser Drilling Machine market and detailed value chain analysis to help players to closely understand important changes in business activities observed across the industry. It also offers a deep segmental analysis of the global Laser Drilling Machine market where key product and application segments are shed light upon. Readers are provided with actual market figures related to the size of the global Laser Drilling Machine market in terms of value and volume for the forecast period 2019-2025. Key players of the global Laser Drilling Machine market are profiled on the basis of various factors, which include recent developments, business strategies, financial strength, weaknesses, and main business. The report offers special assessment of top strategic moves of leading players such as merger and acquisition, collaboration, new product launch, and partnership. Major players operating in the global Laser Drilling Machine Market Include: ...

Now that 3D printers are everywhere, electronics are cheap, and open source software is extremely capable,

Now that 3D printers are everywhere, electronics are cheap, and open source software is extremely capable, just about anyone can build a CNC machine. That’s exactly what [Nikodem] did by turning a Dremel tool into an extremely capable CNC machine that’s able to cut MDF and acrylic and can engrave aluminum. The electronics for the build are just an Arduino Uno, a motor driver sheld running GRBL, a relay for the Dremel, a few motor drivers, and a big ‘ol 30 A power supply. The build uses NEMA 17 motors, two on the Y-axis and one each on the X and Z. The CNC has a fantastically strong frame despite the 3D printed parts. It is constructed out of aluminum extrusion, with the carriages riding on some nice straight rods. As for how well this CNC machine works, it’s pretty good. With the Gcode to cut an 80mm diameter circle out of MDF, this machine managed to cut a circle that was 80.02 mm in diameter. That’s pretty good, and getting into the territory that the error is probably in the cheap set of calipers, not the finished part itself. It’s an awesome build, and [Nikodem] has everything documented in his four-part video series. You can check the end of that out below. That does look n...