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By pzoom
BigJP wrote:

Does 2d laser cutting in plastic this should work for a faceplate.
i have never used it but i heard about it through the robot tutorial on this site
That is a neat site - thanks for the link. There is a portion on my faceplate where I need to machine out which looks like it may be to costly using a laser. However, I will keep that link in my favorites!
By kb0thn
pzoom, I've used a company called bclaserworks for years. It's a one-map shop by Phil's prices are good and turnaround time is usually less than a week. He has a 100 watt laser so he can do non-metal materials up to half an inch. His website is