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Instruction. How-to make wooden badge with safety pin.

Step 1: Cut and Engrave

Cut and engrave badge using laser mashine.
Material: Birch plywood.
Red line - cut. Black line - engrave.

Information for inversion engraving

At first I put a dark stain on birch plywood, then varnish, dry, grind.
Or, you can just paint wooden blank.

Objective: Remove the top thin layer of paint from wooden blank and not burn wood.

Parameters for 40 watt laser machine:

  • Speed - 300 mm / sec
  • Maximum power - 13%
  • Interval - 0.1 mm

You may need to experiment with parameters.

After a quick and low-power engraving almost no soot. Soot from the cutted edges of the product can be easily removed with a damp sponge soaked in normal water.

Effect of inversion engraving is stunning.
In this way, we are doing many projects.

<p>Clever way of attaching the safety pin. :) </p>
<p>Wow that is just great. I how did u engrave it? </p>
<p>At first I put a dark stain on birch plywood, then varnish, dry, grind.<br>Or, you can just paint wooden blank.<br></p><p>Objective: Remove the top thin layer of paint from wooden blank and not burn wood.</p><p>I am using the following parameters of the laser machine:</p><p>Tube - 40 watt</p><p>Speed - 300 mm / sec</p><p>Maximum power - 13%</p><p>Interval - 0.1 mm</p><p>You may need to experiment with parameters.</p><p>After a quick and low-power engraving almost no soot.</p><p>Soot from the cutted edges of the product can be easily removed with a damp sponge soaked in normal water.</p><p>Effect of inversion engraving is stunning.</p><p>In this way, we are doing many projects.</p><p>Wood luck!</p>

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