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And it worked great with just the 1 pass! Everything came out beautifully. I wrote about the experience on my blog [http://austintoombs.com/laser-cut-raspberry-pi-case/ here].  
  
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Latest revision as of 15:32, 11 July 2013

This raspberry pi case is an instance of this thingiverse project. We set the laser to:

  • power: 90
  • speed: 10
  • current: 80
  • passes: 1

And it worked great with just the 1 pass! Everything came out beautifully. I wrote about the experience on my blog here.

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