ROFL! No, the kind of cutters I've designed for cut paper, cardboard, thin balsa and vinyl into pretty little doilies so doting grannies can put together scrapbooks of their pride and joy. (Using teeny teeny weeny little knives.)swbluto wrote:Oooooh, cutters, sounds like you've been having fun with CNC machines/routers. I have a CNC router but it's designed largely for PCB production, though it could be good for wood. I've never used it, lol. (3D printing is taking up too much of my time! lol, I'm not complaining.)
But the files (created in illustrator and available in svg format) will be cuttable by laser without any conversion. (No more doilies!)
Time to move up to some serious cutting!
(By the way, never underestimate the purchasing power of a doting grandmother. It might look like derpy craft stuff, but there is one hell of a market out there!)
If you're looking for a business opportunity to use with the laser cutter - anything at all baby oriented is going to sell out faster than you can create it.