SOLO II 40W 500x300 19" x 11.8"

Price: $2750.00
- +

The LO-Solo II comes with the LO-X7s DSP controller that supports real-time simulation and PPI.  LightBurn supported, Mac and Linux compatible. It is designed to be compact in size but powerful enough to cut through 1/3" plywood or 1/4" acrylic. Ideal for hobbyists, woodworkers or school projects and so much more!

Easy setup: You only need a chiller, an air exhaust, and air assist (ex. air pump) to use the machine (Sold Separately).

The LO-Solo II comes with the powerful and user-friendly - LaserCAD - which is capable of handling vector and raster graphics at the same time through different layers of setup. The LO-Solo II can engrave very fine lines and characters as well as cut through products of various depths.

A list of files supported: AI, DXF, PLT, DST, DSB, BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, MNG, ICO CUR, TIF, TGA, PCX, JBG, JP2, JPC, PGX, RAS, PNM, SKA, RAW. 

We offer two variants of the SoloII, with a Z-table and without. Having a Z table allows you to control via the up and down buttons on the controller the Z space. The powered Z-table can hold up to 8lbs.

The powered Z table version has about 3.5" of z travel. The no Z table version has 7 inch of room when honeycomb is out of the tray. Step distance is about 3/4inch. The top and bottom positions are 4.5inch apart.

Ready to ship from California.

SOLOII Z-table/no Z table Video:

Note: Full payment is required prior to shipment.

Shipping & Handling to US customers in 48 states range from $350 to $750Check out our shipping estimator which will tell you the actual shipping cost to your location. 

Machine weight:

  • Default: 40W laser tube

  •  SoloII without Z table: 120lbs
  •  SoloII with Z table: 160lbs
  • Outer size: 25in by 40in
  • Lens: 50.8F 15mm Dia
  • Mirror Dia: 20mm
  • 5inch dia. exhaust hose included
  • 1-year warranty on machine hardware, 6months on laser tube

Average rating 10 out of 10 ( based on 1 review )

First Co2 Laser - Perfect buy !

Review by PM D on 9/3/2020

I bough a Solo II with the Z table, a Q600W chiller and LightBurn as my first setup. The machine itself is really well build with open source parts. I'm very far from a electronic pro but the initial setup took me about 2 hours. The LO-X7s controller is very intuitive. After about 30 min of looking around, I was totally in control of the machine. The only small snag I have with it is the place where the ports are located. Located at the front/right of the machine and prone to break when you reach for the on/off switches located at the back/right. Simply solution though, simply unscrew and put them inside. Work like a charm with LightBurn. As for LightObject CS, wow ! International shipping was a breeze and they answered my before and after questions in no time. Help me out with a mirrors misalignment at the beginning. Will do business with them in a heartbeat.

Write a Review