New Laser Cutter With Some Crazy Features. | Makeblock Laserbox

Check out the new Laserbox from Makeblock. This laser cutter and engraver with a built in camera can scan and cut even without a computer. We go over some of these features and compare it to the Glowforge. Like most 40 watt lasers it can cut and engrave wood, acrylics, cardboard, leather and paper. We put some of these features to the test and make a couple pieces of art. Learn more about the Laserbox from Makeblock:

Laser cutter was provided by Makeblock. This is a full review and Makeblock did not pay me or give me any talking points. They also did not review this video before posting. I did my best to give an honest review to provide you more information if you are looking to buy a laser cutter/engraver.

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