VersaLaser wood cutting & engraving "printer"

Has anyone used or seen something called the VersaLaser?
This is the web site: http://www.versalaser.com/english /. It says it can cut many materials including wood up to 1/4" thick and it can be used like a printer. Just draw the shapes using any drawing program and "print" it.
Sounds like it would be useful for inlay and relief work.
The price ($10K) will keep some away. ;-)
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I've seen it. If I had the $$ to buy one, I would. Maybe in a few years :) Looks like a very handy machine though.
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The "ultimate" in hard copy. . .<s>
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Wow, is that cool. In their flash demo, they show some very intricate inlay
http://www.versalaser.com/english/laser_applications/demos.html #
And you thought when you got a color Inkjet it was a novelty?
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