Below is are descriptions of our most popular classes. Many of our classes are not listed so be sure to check out the calendar at the link above.
Introduction to the ULS Lasers
Exploring the basic science behind this amazing technological achievement in a fun and exciting one hour introduction that allows you to safely control laser beams!
Come in with an idea, leave with something you made and the knowledge of how to use one of the most versatile machines in The Shop.
This class gives the basic understanding of our Universal Laser Systems VLS4.60 and will teach the proper procedures for Safety and Basic Use
High Speed Laser Production on the Trotec Speedy 300
For Prototyping, or for Production work, the Trotec Speedy is sometimes the way to go. This class builds on your Laser Introduction class. Some of the advantages of the Trotec over other lasers are: 300% faster Rastering speed. Smaller Kerf size (smaller focus)- Greater detail Large Color mapping library Faster cutting times We'll also cover a few techniques to Speed up your Jobs in Job Control. This class will basically follow a "Quick-Start" guide, and will flesh out the basics in more detail.
Rotary Tool for the Trotec Speedy 300
Description:For Prototyping, or for Production work, the Trotec Speedy 300 is the way to go. This class builds on your Laser Introduction Class and the High Speed Production Trotec Class. Some of the advantages of the Trotec Rotary Tool over other lasers are: Greater Precision Rotary Tool Smaller Kerf size (smaller focus)- Greater detail Large Color mapping library Faster cutting times This class will basically follow a "Quick-Start" guide for the Rotary Attachment, and will flesh out the basics in more detail.
Introduction to the Fiber Marking Laser
Wanna mark metal? Get a variety of markings from light to dark by changing the surface refraction of Steel and Aluminium.
Rotary Tool for the ULS Lasers
Learn to use the Rotary Tool to etch glasses, mugs, dowels and rods.
Irregular Materials Signoff
Do you have something that you have never cut before, want to know if it's safe?