Sucking on to the wall
By Lost
By Kajsa L-M
By signecreativeroots

Lasercut Tear Drop Lamp

I made this lamp from a design i found here:

It is designed for 3 mm material, I chose birch plywood which I think gives a nice contrast with the dark edges.

It was fairly easy to set up and cut but the assembly was rather time-consuming. The lamp has to be assembled around the fitting with the bulb in it which also means that you need to disassemble the lamp to change the light bulb. This might be possible to change through a design alteration and any contributions are welcome.

Lamp for FABLAB

Lamp for FABLAB

The idea was to use as less material as possible
work with light and darkness
work with geometric objects


- Star Wars skilte (lasercut)
- Hoved-prøver af forskellige materialer (lasercut)

Door Locker with RFID

Project Description:

The idea was to create a door with an RFID-controlled lock.

We started out making the physical door using the laser cutter. We printed hinges in mat board with the laser cutter and covered these with vinyl pieces with the same shape to stregthen the hinges.

The door was printed in 3 equally sized pieces of mat board, and a frame was cut by hand in mat board to support the door. We glued the lot to the existing closet.


Lene Hau´s head

some materials

make more!!!


The aim of the project is to give nature a voice. When the plant is either thirsty (too dry) or satisified (sufficiently wattered), it will play a small tune (audio) and shine its lights (visual).

+ FabLab (info at the elevator)

The first time I came to FabLab I didn't know where it was, and there was no sign inside the building to guide me. With FabCreation's theme of "Hack your Lab", I found it obvious to not let others have the same trouble finding it as I had.


Mouthbow(or musical bow) is an ancient and simple string musical instrument. It consists of a string supported by a flexible stick 0.5 to 3 m long, and strung end to end with a taut cord. Usually made out of wood. Often, it is a normal archery bow used for music rather than as a weapon.

My main design consists of 2 tunable strings supported by a wooden stick, plus some additional parts, that might vary acoustics of the sound of the strings. Another design suppose to have a string strung end to end in a space between two wooden side covers.

"KTHOTO!" - Miniature Koto.

Copenhagen FabLab musical instruments project.

Summary and pictures coming soon. Work still in progress.

Exhibition in Copenhagens main library at Krystalgade on the 30th of October.

Battery holder and Arduino flaming case

This was my very first lasercut projects that I made during one of the FabLab open house sessions.

I first made a 2 layer holder for 3x9Volts batteries where the batteries fits like a glove. I then decided to play around with acrylic bending and made a flaming case for my arduino. The case just looks cool but has nothing practical to it since it makes the access to the output pins more difficult. I normally use this Arduino together with a prototype shield to "burn" other arduino chips like the ATtiny85.


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