By angela
2015-02-12
Explanation about kerf for laser cutter
By Hesam
2015-01-12

Lasercut front cover for Extended Master's Thesis by Nicholas Williams and Tine Øgaard Madsen

The lasercutter at Copenhagen FabLab was used to create the front cover of our Extended Master's Thesis. We thank you so much for the use of equipment and help from the volunteer staff!

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Files you can use to add to your projects

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Type font - DIN Mittelschrift

Gift Globe by Peter Bach

You need this:

Thick paper 60 × 40
Felt 45 × 45
Small piece of hdf for base: 6 × 6 cm
Glue

Material template SVG with gradient, living hinges, text examples

File source from Thingiverse - http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:728579
Remixed as Inkscape SVG (0,02 mm lines etc) and cutting with (our) Epilog Helix.

Sewing box by Jeppe M (to be continued...)

Materials needed:
any 3 mm material
screws
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Makey Makey workshop controller symbols

Different shapes to use with Makey Makey controllers.

Pelican Message Box for Kindergardens

Box: 3 mm transparent acrylic
Pelican: different colored foam rubber

Acrylic cutting settings:
Speed: 10%
Power:100%
Speed: 5000 Hz

Foam rubber settings:
*Raster engraving:
Speed:100
Power:50
DPI 300
Img dithering: Floyd steinberg

*Vector engraving:
Speed: 100
Power: 30
Frequency: 5000 Hz

*Vector cut setting:
Speed: 50%
Power: 80%
Frequency: 5000 Hz

"observing the observer" lasercut dybtryk +monoprint

using laser cut to create the etching
and printing it manually in the old manner on a etching printer
the plate is like a puzzle of 4 pieces
that will be inked separably as a monoprint

BABYLON – Hanging self-watering garden

4 mm hdf sheet 60 ×40 cm
2 half coconuts
1 coconut pot Ø30 cm
1 coconut pot Ø35 cm
cotton strings from a floor mop

Water in small coconuts will be sucked to the bigger coconut pots by the string, giving the plants perfect conditions.

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