Interesting new laser/printer combo: Flux Ador

Inkjet and laser combined looks like.

A shame it’s a diode laser. The 2w infrared laser that can supposedly engrave metals is interesting.

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That’s really cool actually, saves a few steps for me when trying to add color. I wonder how it’s sealed. It doesn’t say it’s a uv printer.

I like it just for the color printing, then cutting afterwards. I feel like i wouldn’t engrave photos as much because i could easily print them.

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Also the printer resolution isn’t great. 150 dpi for full color.

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It feels like an interesting first draft of something. 2 watts and 150 dpi on blended colors is a lot less than most are used to from the single use machines. It will be interesting to see where they go with it.

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That’s Ador-able.

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It sounds Fluxed up to me :upside_down_face:

Perhaps it could be used for delicate soldering?

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Actually 300 DPI for single colors and 150 for blended colors.

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So it prints one color at at time, do you have to swap out the CMYK cartridges between colors?

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Yup see above

That’s about like “poster resolution”, it’d be pretty noticeable up close.

Still an interesting machine.

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I’d assume so?

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At 89 Euros a pop for each color cartridge (and they don’t look very big) it could get expensive quickly.

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I hate ink cartridges! The poison pill.

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Yes I agree. Way over priced no matter what they’re for.

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