By BrianHilding
2015-06-23
By Laust Nielsen
2014-12-17
By Laust Nielsen
2014-09-04

DIY spectrophotometer

The definition of a spectrophotometer is an instrument used to measure the intensity of wavelengths in a spectrum of light. An example of spectrophotometer is how an ink manufacturer would figure out how much of one color is present in an ink.

Fidgetspinner Lasercut by Ziegler 3mm HDF

This is a fidgetspinner made from 3mm HDF, a small ballbearing from a 3d printer, and 3 steel balls from a bigger ballbearing. It is made for assembly without glue.
Remember to change the center hole for your bearing size.

Giant D20 Dice / icosahedron

A large 20 sided dice.

The frame was made from 6mm MDF. This was a bit too thick to laser cut so I ended up just engraving the lines then cutting with a saw.

The faces are 3.2mm MDF.

All connected with cable ties.

Laser Quick Guide

Lasercut icosahedron (dice/lamp)

Cut from 4mm HDF, connected with cabelstrips

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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SVG and PDF files

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.

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

Materials needed:
any 3 mm material
screws
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