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Inspiration for laser projects can strike anywhere. It hit me when looking over the exceptionally creative DIY site, theDesignConfidential.com, where I came across this tree bookshelf. In the tutorial, they used a paper stencil and jig saw. I knew that this was definitely a project that could not only be done with a laser, but improved. With the author, Rayan Turner’s permission, I took the original plans and turned it into this great laser project, perfect for a child’s room, a school, or a whimsical library.

Step 1: Materials

17 sheets of ½” plywood, cut into 4’ x 2’ sections. Try to choose the flattest pieces possible.
Wood glue
Finishing nails
Clamps
Large format laser cutter, we used a Trotec SP500 laser with 200 watts of power

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Bio: Hi. My name is Rachel and I work for Trotec Laser, Inc. In my spare time I enjoy making projects for people to use on ... More »
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