The VersaLaser can transform digital images or drawings into real items made out of real materials like wood, plastic, fabric, paper, glass, leather, stone, ceramic, rubbe and more.
The VersaLaser VL-200 is not much bigger than a Laser printer. The VersaLaser uses a Laser (dah) to cut and carve materials put into the $9,995 gadget.
There is also a video on VersaLaser' site that shows the machine in action.
More details on VersaLaser' site. First seen on BoingBoing.
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