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In the time we have owned our laser cutter, I’ve been able to cut cardstock, cardboard, chipboard, hardboard, foamcore, and probably a ..read more
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The cast iron bottle opener, ready to be attached to a sturdy wall or post. I’ll add some art to it first.Jen and I have had a cast iron ..read more
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For this month’s project, there’s no new finished piece to show off, nor any fancy engraving technique to experiment with. Instead, we ..read more
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One of our friends, Scott Sherwood, is an art restorer. He’s great at working on paintings (as you can see from his most recent work on ..read more
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Reminded by a recently-discovered video of a very powerful rust-obliterating laser, Jen and I pulled out a few pieces of copper from one of ..read more
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This project combines a few old tools and techniques with a few new solutions to create a remarkable promotional item for an upcoming event ..read more
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So, back in December I made some delightfully chunky yarn on our laser cut drop spindle. The next logical post would actually be using this ..read more
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I’ve played around with lighting acrylic with strips of LEDs before. I’ve also explored the differences between light-guiding lucite ..read more
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This month’s post was destined to spin.  I started thinking about how to make a spinning top, but in the end, I took some of the ..read more
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