Tool Training: 90W Laser Cutter / LightBurn
April 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Learn how to safely operate our 90W laser cutter and LightBurn software
Learn how to safely operate our 90W laser cutter and LightBurn softwareThis class will ensure that you know how to operate our 90W laser cutter in a safe and efficient way. We will go over the set up to the laser itself, the LightBurn software, and the process of cutting and engraving. This certification will include access to a collection of files for basic practice and personal use. A separate class is available and necessary for our smaller, 40W laser.
This class has no pre-requisites. However, it is important that students come with basic computer skills, and it is recommended that students are familiar with vector drawing software, such as Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator.If you would like to take this class but are not available at the listed times OR if you are experienced with the tools covered in this training and would like to seek an alternate method of certification, please contact the instructor at email@example.com BEFORE signing up for this class.Successful completion of this course will result in certification of Technocopia members to independently use the tools directly covered in the course.Review our class cancellations and refund policies here: http://technocopia.org/class-policiesPlease visit https://technocopia.org/directions for more information about getting to and parking around Technocopia.About This Instructor
Norela Haviari is a multidisciplinary artist and self-taught graphic designer. She was immediately drawn to the precision nature of the laser cutter and has been involved as an instructor in several educational programs at Technocopia over the past 2 years. She enjoys bridging the gap between non-maker and maker by making learning accessible and relying on working smarter not harder, whenever possible. When she’s not working on commissions or teaching, Norela can be found fiddling around with new ideas, generally making a mess, or cooking up a storm.