Create EASY Fiber Laser Jigs with Lightburn

Learn to make simple and EASY jigs for your fiber laser using Lightburn!
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0:00 – Intro
1:04 – Software and Tool Preferences
1:50 – Starting with a Jig Base
2:23 – Grid Array tool
3:07 – Sizing Your Base
4:14 – Cutting Your Base
5:20 – Measuring Your Item
5:28 – Designing a jig
7:54 – Item Removal Cutouts
8:26 – Boolean Union and Grouping Objects
8:57 – Cutting the Jig
9:58 – Test Fitting
10:10 – MDF / Fiberboard Cleanup Tip
10:25 – Jig Fitment and Glue-up Process
12:47 – Using the Jig
14:21 – Upcoming Videos
14:34 – Outro – Supporting the Channel

Hey everyone!

If you’re looking to make simple inexpensive jigs for your fiber laser this tutorial has you covered. We go through every step in lightburn and you can make this jigs with a CO2, Diode or even a saw if you’re patient! You guys are going to love this quick overview on jig design and fabrication!

WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform.

A NOTE: Links above include affiliate commission or referrals. I’m part of an affiliate network and I receive compensation from partnering websites. The video is accurate as of the posting date but may not be accurate in the future. Settings used in my videos are for machines of my design and wattage, mileage may vary depending on your machine. Always test your settings on your laser before working on items in a professional capacity.

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