For an assigment of Industrial Product Design at the Howest, we had to create a pattern maker for glass. After overthinking and designing we came to the conclusion we wanted to create a pattern onto a drinking glass.

The designers of this assigment are

  • Arne Warlop Instructable name: Arne_Warlop
  • Jay Bytebier Jaybytebier
  • Dries Janssens Dries_Jansens

You can check ower designproces on: http://patternmaker07.blogspot.be/

The final draft of the pattern maker project is that we have developed a toolbox where you can storage all the material in. Such as:

  • the dremel,
  • dremel slang
  • pattern maker
  • patterns
  • glasses

So it is a box that you can easily store and carry. The main business of the toolbox is of course the pattern maker. With the pattern maker glass you can give a personal touch by putting on some nice patterns with the pattern maker.

On the video you can see short how it works.

If you have any questions, please contact me.

Step 1: Materials En Tools

What do you need to make the pattern maker?

    1. Materials:

  • Plywood 5mm (3 x 600mmx600mm)
  • Plexiglas 3 - 4mm (1x 150mmx150mm)
  • Small wood screws
  • 1 bolt and 1 nut M6
  • Handles
  • Wood Glue
  • Small magnets
  • Glue
  • 2 small hinges
  • Sandpaper
  • 4 lego wheels with corresponding wheel axle
  • Brick timber in which the head of the dremel passes

    2. Equipment / Tools:

  • Laser Cutter
  • 3D printer
  • Dremel + flexible hose extension and ceramic grinding head
  • Drill + clock drilling
looking interesting
what is you cnc laser machine ?
<p>I need to ckeck it in school</p>
What other patterns can be done with this?
You have a pattern to make 3 lines on the glass. Another with 2 lines ans the last is also with 3 lines but the distances of the lines are different.
<p>You can see the 3 patterns on the photo</p>
<p>?? what ???</p>
<p>mmm how to say that... good work! but all theses efforts just for 3 lines on a glass (limited to a specific size, impossible to use it with a larger or other shape ?) Is this pattern has a particular meaning ?</p>
<p>The pattern maker can use more glasses</p>

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