Happy Easter Laser Cutting

After all the 3D printing and laser cutting for a Pick&Place project, my laser cutter had something else to do this Easter weekend:

Happy Easter

Happy Easter

It actually took me only two iterations: this is the first version:

First version

First version

I created the design in Inkscape:

Inkscape

Inkscape

And then the design is sent to the laser cutter:

Easter Bunny in Laser Cutter

Easter Bunny in Laser Cutter

If you think now you need a laser cutter in your workshop: “Getting Control over a 50 Watt CO2 Laser Cutter from China” gets you up to speed :-).

Easter nest

Easter nest

Happy Easter Holiday 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Happy Easter Laser Cutting

  1. Happy Easter). After the image is created in Inkscape, immediately sent to the laser treatment through the K40 Whisperer? In Corel cannot simultaneously cutting and engraving. Great Easter craft!

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    • I create the imate in Inkscape, have it stored as .svg. Inside K40 Whisperer, I point to that SVD file (load it) and then send it for cutting and engraving. Cutting, engraving and rastering are three substeps done from K40 Whisperer.

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