This would not work for PCBs, but might work for engraving anodized aluminum. Gemini is correct, I've actually tried doing a PCB on a much larger, maybe more (certainly not less) powerful machine. At full blast it didn't even leave a mark on the copper. Too reflective. Same machine would not cut any metal, it's mostly used for cutting MDF, acrylic, that sort of thing.
Igor has posted that he has a laser rig he made from some kind of dental laser or something.
And Chae engraves for people here (and elsewhere I'd guess).
Maybe they'll chime in.
anyway, there are lots of plans for CNC routers online, I would think a CNC laser engraver would be easier, assuming you could source the laser, due to the fact there are lower physical strength requirements on the machine.