Not satisfied with a lawn sign, I made a vinyl Black Lives Matter “wrap” for the porch window. Here’s how.
A laser-cut light-up nameplate
I am a little surprised that I did not write about this months ago because I finished the project back in March. After building the InfoNinja, I thought about projects that would help me to hone my laser-cutting skills. Although my bolted mortise and tenson joints were adequate, and tention held everything together nicely, those joints … Continue reading A laser-cut light-up nameplate
Designed by Brian, manufactured by lasers: part 2, The Programmer’s Desk Reference
This is a followup to my previous post, Designed by Brian, Manufactured by Lasers. That was my “Hello, World” introduction project to laser cutting: simple coasters with etched designs and a coaster-holder. This second laser-cut project was designed to have a bit more 3D, using a couple of interlocking pieces. I do quite a bit … Continue reading Designed by Brian, manufactured by lasers: part 2, The Programmer’s Desk Reference
Designed by Brian, manufactured by lasers
I have been making 3D prints on the MakerBot for almost a year now (see my posts tagged MakerBot for more detail) and have always wanted to try doing things with a laser cutter, but felt intimidated. First off, to actually own a laster cutter is a pretty big investment — like a brand new luxury compact … Continue reading Designed by Brian, manufactured by lasers