There\u2019s still time to save $1000 on a Dremel DigiLab Laser Cutter while giving your small business or startup that much-needed productivity boost.\r\n\r\nWhether you\u2019re cutting, carving or engraving intricate designs, Dremel\u2019s DigiLab Laser Cutter can bring your visions to life. It\u2019s compatible with dozens of different materials like wood and acrylic, cutting up to 6mm thick and engraving materials to a height of 32mm. From skate decks to watchmaking and table decorations, the video at the top of this page gives a brief demonstration of what this laser cutter can do. It may even offer some inspiration for your next project.\r\n\r\nDremel includes intuitive software suitable for beginners and experts alike, so you don\u2019t require a degree in industrial design to use the DigiLab, just a creative flair.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nA built-in high-definition wide-angle camera allows you to align your print with odd-shaped materials, reducing misprints. Scan your drawings or photos into the laser software for easy cutting and engraving. Then, the laser cutter suggests print settings with flexible options for adjusting to your required specifications.\r\n\r\nDremel worked with UL, a global safety consulting firm to pioneer industry-first standards, taking the worry out of making, by automatically detecting potentially hazardous situations and assisting with troubleshooting. Hollywood is great at making lasers look dangerous. They can be, but this laser cutter is safe.\r\n\r\nThe Dremel DigiLab Laser Cutter is scheduled for a mid-2018 release, so expect it to drop any day now. The laser cutter will retail for US $5,999, although if you pre-order, you can instantly save $1000. That\u2019s a pretty good deal if I do say so myself.\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.