Yesterday afternoon the semi truck arrived to deliver my new Trotec laser, one problem the semi was unable to drive up my driveway so I drive my pick out onto the road and transferred the delivery. I then had to unload my pickup, the laser was packed really good and after an hour or so I managed to unload the laser, I have not set it up yet, The laser and air cleaner were really packed really nice ….. good job Trotec.
Here is a miniature British pub my wife finished a few weeks ago.
I have just finish building a shop counter top. I still have to do some sanding and staining to do. OH I forgot to say, this is a mini shop counter top
Here is a miniature street sandwich board sign I cut using 1/8″ and 1/16″ Baltic birch for the Cottage Club miniaturists, the scale is 12:1 the height of the sandwich board sign is 3″ high and 2″ wide.
Here is a set of wooden dice I made for an engineer, I used 1/8″ Baltic Birch plywood. The size of the dice is 1.5 cube.
I cut a bunch of miniature row of houses in corrugated cardboard for Janet Oliver (designer) for Cottage Club miniaturists, length is 3″ long x 1″ high. You can compare it against the size of the penny.
Here are a few demo sample files that came with the Trotec laser, the first 2 pictures of laser engraving in wood the 3rd picture is a sample of cutting paper and also engraving into paper.
After a few hours of drawing I finally cut a paper version of a wrought iron fence for my wife’s miniature house, the fence is 14.5″ long x 3″ high.
Well my new Trotec laser engraver is setup so new it’s time to run some demos to learn how to use it. Here is a sample business card the material is way to think but I just wanted to try and see what the results looked like.