The Full Spectrum P24 laser cutter allows you to cut and engrave your designs onto wood, acrylic, cardboard, paper, leather fabric, stone, glass, and rubber and is equipped with a 90 watt laser and 16" X 24" workbed.
Use the proprietary RetinaEngrave software to etch your name or logo onto metal tumblers, engrave recipes onto cutting boards, and create 2D and 3D art in a variety of materials.
Users must be 18 years or older and, if a minor, at least 16 years of age with the consent of their parent or guardian to use equipment.
Users must have a Little Elm Public Library card and be in good standing.
Users must complete Safety and Equipment Training prior to use.
Users must supply their own materials.
The Library provides graphic software including CorelDraw as well as free internet-based software. To print, upload designs into the RetinaEngrave software.
Patrons must remain with their project at all times.