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edited 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.

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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

dodi's picture

"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

Benjamin Gottberg's picture

Eco Rubber Stamp engraving and cutting settings

Peter Bach's picture

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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Fablab Flex box for TP Link

Materials -
3 mm HDF

Dimensions ca -
Depth: 24 mm
Length: 125 mm
Width: 90 mm

zip contains PDF and SVG

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Wall Chess

Tools:
laser cutting
rubber hammer

Materials:
board - 3 mm HDF, 400 x 600 mm
chess pieces - 3 mm acrylic, red and green

Settings:
*File "Cut_Wall Chess.PDF"
Speed: 14 Power: 100 Freq:500

*File "Vector engraving_Wall Chess.PDF"
Vector: Speed 70 Power:100 Freq:500

*File "Chess Pieces_Wall Chess.PDF"
Vector: Speed:10 Power:100 Freq:500

Peter Bach's picture

The HOSTA lamp by Peter Bach

This lamp is cut in 4 mm hdf.
Inspired by the hosta plant.
No glue, no screws, just hdf.

Watch how it's made:
https://youtu.be/NfA4BfuBYM4

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Radiator Indicator

I have some radiators where it can be a bit difficult to see what the radiator is set at. So I made this insert that allows me to more easily see what is set at. The "dial" part could use some more work but I'm still pretty satisfied.

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