1st try learning Leatherette patches

Trying to get the best and cleanest laser engraving possible, Not bad on guessing how they would turn out. Now time to press them to the left panels as these are customer samples.




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Welcome to the forum. Those turned out really great. I assume you were using laser-safe pleather.

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Yes, I am using JDS and Lonestar Leatherette sheets. Thank you.

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WELCOME! Way to make an entry.
They loook great.

Hope you like it here. There are some great people.

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Those are sharp looking!

Did you use any form of masking? If not, did you have to clean them?

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Welcome to the forum! Those turned out really nice, and I’m sure your customers are very pleased with them.

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Those look great, so crisp and clear!

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Yes I had to use Awesome on them to remove the smoke. I am going to use a masking on the next one to see if that helps because of using white leatherette. Dollar general has the spray in a bottle for $1.00.

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Ah, is this the stuff?

https://www.dollartree.com/las-totally-awesome-all-purpose-cleaner-20oz/152664

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What were your settings for these? Speed/Power/LPI?

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Speed - full
power - 70
Lpi - 270

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FYI @3twisted, @saltandpinecompany

We’re not supposed to discuss manual settings anywhere but the “Beyond the Manual” section. You can make a 2nd post there with your settings info, and link it back here - or move the whole thing if you’d rather. That’s the next place to go to search for settings in any case!

Some have definitely gotten through, but we don’t want the lawyers getting snippy. BtM was the compromise to just deleting any post that mentioned manual settings!

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Sorry, New here and I was just answering a question that I was asked. will not give them out again.

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As I said, it’s 100% great to give them out - just in the Beyond the Manual section. I’ll move the post for you.

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