You will need to grab a piece of prefinished alder wood with a thickness of about 4mm. You are welcome to use other types of wood, but you will have to adjust the laser parameters accordingly. Then, mount the 2" lens and insert the honeycomb cutting table into your laser machine. Place the wood into the machine and create a sufficient vacuum by covering the outside surfaces of the table with scrap pieces of paper or cardboard.
We used a Speedy 360 laser engraver with 80 watts of power. Follow these parameters:
Cutting: Power: 95% | Speed: 1.8% | Frequency: 1000 Hz | Air Assist: ON
Cutting-In: Power: 10% | Speed: 2% | Frequency: 1000 Hz | Air Assist: ON
Engraving White: Power: 18% | Speed: 60% | Frequency: 500 ppi | Air Assist: ON | Z-Offset: 2.00
Engraving Dark: Power: 50% | Speed: 60% | Frequency: 500 ppi | Air Assist: ON | Z-Offset: 2.00