nrdparty's picture

A new auditorium at Diakonissen

Lasercut existing facade (Sofies hjørnet) and mapped directions of existing buildings onto the ground.
Will be used to insert steel columns in the squares.
Main idea: transparent building that does not block the view of the existing buildings already on site.

Cutting details:
6mm MDF cut-through:
Power: 100
Speed: 6
Freq: 500

Next time:
I will just make it cut with low power to do the engraving and save time, as it took 2 hours to engrave all the parts now.

Staff is superfriendly and helped me a lot!

Ran's picture

Micro Delta 3D Printer

Så er jeg gået igang med at bygge min 3d printer nr.2 Denne gang er det en delta printer som jeg har kastede mig over.

Alt hvad jeg har af info på denne delta printer, kan findes her.

Her ligger også tegninger på delene og samlevejling samt styk liste.

Alle deler her jeg købt på

domagalski's picture

Custom arduino components box

Box made for the Arduino box

Felding's picture


3mm acrylic design cut for minor trinkets

settings to be figured out

by Johanne H.Hav and Thomas Felding

leopoldb's picture


Jeg har ikke selv designet båden, den er designet af Jeg har kun bygget ud fra hans design. På hjemmesiden er der mange bådtegninger, der er gratis i bunden af siden. Jeg har bygget ”GOTH USOM”, som er en gratis design. Jeg har dog taget tegningen og hivet formene ud og gjort dem klar til at skære med højde og centerlinje.

angela's picture

Disney Nametag

I made a nametag for this girl who really loves Disney movies, so of course it should be in the same font as Walt Disney is written in. Just type 'Free disney font' in Google and various options will show up. If you don't know how to install a font, then google that too ;)
I combined the lines to give the nametag a flow and making it easier to place on a surface. In Inkscape you can use Path > Union to do the same. I used double adhesive on the back of the sign so it would be easy for her to place on the door.
Find the .svg file underneath.

tokefrello's picture

Piccolo - an open source drawing machine

The past few months, I have been using the laser cutter at Copenhagen Fablab to create parts for a Piccolo, "the tiny CNC-bot". Basically, it's a small machine that can move a toolhead freely around in a 50 mm x 50 mm x 50 mm cube. You can attach a pen, a brush, a nail or anything else you can imagine to the toolhead, so there's a lot of possibilities in this small machine. I just finished assembling it and making it work, so I thought I would share my experiences.

Darien's picture

First test bust

altered portrait created using 123d catch and mesh mixer.

Darien's picture

Name Badge

Borlig Nametag-clip

hjorturs's picture

Olive lamp

A parametric lamp I made to introduce myself to laser cutting. The form is simple, symmetric around a central axis.

The design can be easily adjusted to for different material thicknesses, different shapes and different laser cutters or material dimensions. The overall shape of the lamp can be changed, by changing the two curves that are revolved around the central axis, the number of slices is also adjustable, as is the vertical location of the two discs used for connecting the slices.

I have uploaded the design documents as a zip file.