Capture your ideas and memories forever with the Cubiio Compact Portable Laser Engraver. Designed to go wherever you go, this device actually lasers designs onto virtually any surface. Cubiio fits in the palm of your hand and offers full app control. Simply upload your design, align the laser, and hit play. In addition to uploaded designs and images, you can also draw and create your own. Cubiio works with paper, cardboard, fabric, felt, leather, wood, non-transparent acrylic, and even metal. The laser engravings take just minutes. In fact, you can laser engrave your name on a wooden spoon in only three minutes. Thanks to the compact design, you can use Cubiio in tight and small spaces. It’s perfect for adding your name, your logo, or a touch of fun to everyday items.
Cubiio is controlled by Cubiio App wirelessly. After receiving your Cubiio, please download Cubiio App from Apple Store or Google Play. Next, follow 4 easy steps:
1. Choose a picture / G-Code file or write something in Cubiio App.
2. Place the item you want to engrave in the working space of Cubiio.
3. Preview and align. This convenient feature will be described later.
4. Press START and enjoy.
How to produce G-Code? G-code is a common machine language which is converted from vector graphics. We recommend the free open-source software – INKSCAPE, in which you can design vector graphics and generate your own G-Code files. Run the G-Code files on Cubiio like other laser engravers do. More detailed information will be available in Cubiio instructions. Cubiio also provide Preview function for better user experience.
Undoubtedly, any laser device might be harmful. Your safety is always our first priority. Cubiio has safety measures as below:
Cubiio consists of a semiconductor laser source and two current-driven mirrors in order to deflect the laser beam along X and Y axes. The embedded CPU translate your sketches into digital commands to tilt mirrors particularly. Then the focused laser spot will be projected to the target surface along the designed trajectory. Aforementioned mechanism is so-called “galvanometer,” which can be further studied in Wikipedia.Read more..
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