How to Engrave a Powder Coated AMMO CAN | Fiber Laser Tutorials

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Hey everyone!

Here’s a fun video where we engrave a steel ammo can! Due to the nature of the work we had to use the CO2 AND the Fiber! We experiment with engraving photos on powder coat, and cover a few different cleaning methods for this paint as well. We cover a LOT in this video but it’s all well worth it. Stick with it and enjoy – I think you’ll really get some great value out of it. Thanks for watching!

0:00 – Intro – Overview
1:22 – Level, Focus, Measure CO2
1:54 – Art Prep CO2
3:40 – Outline and Alignment CO2
4:46 – Engraving CO2
5:08 – Can’t Breathe
6:03 – Cleaning CO2
7:50 – Level, Focus, Measure Fiber
7:58 – Art Prep Fiber
9:09 – Outline and Alignment Fiber
11:37 – Engraving Photo Fiber
12:04 – Cleaning Photo Fiber
13:06- Art Prep Text Fiber
14:13 – Outline and Alignment Text Fiber
15:07 – Engraving Photo Fiber
17:33 – Cleaning Text Fiber
20:00 – Final Look
20:26 – Outro – Supporting the Channel

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