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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi .. first post .. i have seen enough videos that show LTT etching on builds for a give away .. do they offer that for the public as a payed service? .. Looking to do side panel .. glass for the smart ass that is gonna ask.. lol

 


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No, of course not lol. But basically any company that does laser cutting can probably do some engraving for cheap (although I'm not sure if that can be done on glass).


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2 minutes ago, kelvinhall05 said:

although I'm not sure if that can be done on glass

lasers work pretty good in my experience


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Just now, Fasauceome said:

lasers work pretty good in my experience

Unrelated to OP's thread, can one cut through glass with a laser? I have some projects for glass circuit boards in mind, but I would need at least a few holes through the glass.


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10 minutes ago, kelvinhall05 said:

Unrelated to OP's thread, can one cut through glass with a laser? I have some projects for glass circuit boards in mind, but I would need at least a few holes through the glass.

Depends on the wattage but if you turn the speed low enough and the power high enough, any laser that engraves glass will also cut through it.


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OK .. this gone off topic .. the etching im talking about be sand blasting style .. or do they use laser ? .. Its on many vids for give away build .. or dose he farm this work out ?

 


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6 minutes ago, Fletch-BC said:

OK .. this gone off topic .. the etching im talking about be sand blasting style .. or do they use laser ? .. Its on many vids for give away build .. or dose he farm this work out ?

 

I believe they use their laser to etch on the glass. They don’t offer it as a service (and likely never will), but if you want it badly, try contacting local companies that offer laser engraving and see if they can do computer side panels.


I am far from an expert in this so please correct me if I’m wrong.

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9 minutes ago, Fletch-BC said:

OK .. this gone off topic .. the etching im talking about be sand blasting style .. or do they use laser ? .. Its on many vids for give away build .. or dose he farm this work out ?

 

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I've never seen sand blaster glass engraving, might be possible but lasers are more common, and Linus Media Group is far from the only organization capable of doing it


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5 minutes ago, Fletch-BC said:

OK .. this gone off topic .. the etching im talking about be sand blasting style .. or do they use laser ? .. Its on many vids for give away build .. or dose he farm this work out ?

 

They have the ability to do it in house, however that doesn't mean they do it as a service. They do not. They're a media group.

A simple Google search brings up people that do:

https://www.makevancouver.com/pages/laser-engraving

http://www.altechanodizing.com/products-services/laser-etching/


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3 hours ago, Fletch-BC said:

Hi .. first post .. i have seen enough videos that show LTT etching on builds for a give away .. do they offer that for the public as a payed service? .. Looking to do side panel .. glass for the smart ass that is gonna ask.. lol

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ok .. thanks for clearing it up .. to all that responded 


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LMG is media company. They already provide several services. Including, but limited to daily videos on 3-6 channels, forums, Discord, Minecraft server, merch store and tech convention.

 

Linus has touched on selling PC building and other such services before:

 


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