Step 4: Supports and Rails

  • Step 2

Place the supports of the glass into the wooden tray and fix them with wood glue. (2)

If you done this, you need to glue the patterns on each other. So you get a piece of 10 mm thick. It is necesarilly that you put the patterns perfect in place. Use some clips to do that.

Take than the two long flat patterns. You need to install them onto the baseplate (on both extends ) with wood glue. (3)

(4) is the end result of the first subassembly.

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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