On Insurance:

I love it when people play along.
From an email from our soon-to-be insurance agent:
“…on the liability side, it covers property damage and bodily injury due to your negligence. 
On the example you presented, there could be some coverage the building if laser becomes sentient in a robot uprising but it depends on if you are negligent.  Did you teach the robot how to think? Did you inadvertently make it dislike the building so it decides to destroy it?  
Normally what happens if the laser explodes, etc. is the property section of your policy will pay for damage to your owned property  and the building owner’s policy will pay for damage to his building (and personal property if covered).  However, your liability may respond if you are deemed negligent.”
How could I *not* choose them?

Common Questions

I got asked two questions a lot:
What does it cut?
What can I do?

I’ve included a link to show the first, and here’s a link to some items:
Keychains (promo materials, anyone?): http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:35433
Jewelry: http://www.flickr.com/photos/theremina/8147205445/in/photostream
Architectural Models: http://www.instructables.com/id/Architectural-Model-Making-Using-A-Laser-Cutter/
Not to mention engraving store materials for security, in appreciation or remembrance: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-6PVWKU-TlHg/T-aJr9RuGhI/AAAAAAAAB-4/EhRllFf1pKQ/s800/6882201431_9cc5edc820_b.jpg, and the coolest business cards: http://www.instructables.com/id/Robotic-claw-business-card/
On Vacation:




I am not currently taking on new jobs.

I’ll be out of the country until November 15th.  I expect to have a backlog of jobs at that point.

If your job is time sensitive, please keep this in mind before emailing.