This is a critical design project, where I'm doing a solar cell cellphone charger, in the shape of a ring. This is meant as a response to the "jewelry law" passed by the Danish government this winter, saying that they will seize valuable items from asylum seekers at the border. After massive critique, the law was changed, so that the government aren't allowed to take jewelry, but they are allowed to take valuables like computers, phones and powerbanks.
The SVG file contains a cutout for a marionette doll.
You don't need the outline, though it could be used for storing the doll in a box / a shape to hold it in place in a casing.
I used "træpap" since it is nice to engrave people's portraits on as faces and it is a light material.
The holes are for making the joints - you can get "paper fasteners" cheaply from Søstrene Grene which I used as joints, string will do too, then the doll is a bit more goofy with its loose limbs.
Jeg har lavet dette design af værelsesnumre til kollegiet Studentergården på Nørrebro efter der blev udskrevet en designkonkurrence i foråret 2015. Dette design vandt, og jeg har siden brugt en del timer på at skære de 130 skilte på FabLabs laserskærer.
Skiltene har a6-størrelse og hænger på væggen ved siden af værelsesdøren for at undgå at de bliver dækket til når døren af forskellige årsager bliver pyntet (eller stjålet - det er jo et kollegium).
Submitted by BrianHilding on Thu, 01/21/2016 - 18:37
I made those nametags for a bachelor party i attended. They wanted a James Bond them, so i draw those signs. the was some problems with cutting all of them at ones. I had to cut at a time. Maybe it was all the small holes i had in the letters. i made a cut with black lines. I made all the holes lines red, and adjusted the lasercutter to have lower power at the red lines.
i used 3mm HDF ( Note it has to be at least be 5mm next time ore else they will brake apart)
first i make the raster from one file, and then i make the cutting with another file.
… came from chocolate advent calendars. Instead of using it only in December and storing it away for the rest of the year, this house can be re-used every month. It has 31 doors as shelves to put very tiny things in it, so you can have a present waiting for you every day of the month. This version has 3D printed figures, mammals, snowflakes, sea animals and birds and also laser cut shapes with holes in it to make charms or necklaces from.