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Yes just remove all the small button head screws that hold down the silver aluminum bottom. Don't remove the big black screws that hold down the corner brackets.
Avoid stripping screws when removing them.
Reinstall the screws by pushing the installed t-nuts using a paper clip through the slots cut in the bottom.
Both reinstalling and removing is much easier if you flip it upside down to see what you are doing.
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Another tip: if your object is flat (say a 2ft x 2ft piece of acrylic) you will need to remove the rubber feet to get the laser low enough to cut/engrave. Those are held in with M5 cap screws (4mm hex key). Again, do not remove the 4 cap screws that hold the plates onto the framing.
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