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Mage dice tower: Lasercut and 3D Printed
This is a very cool looking tower. In regard to your question, I'd be interested in trying to do it all on the laser without 3d printing the plates (it just looks kind of rough and unfinished to me). I've taken stl files and sliced them to an svg file (feature in slic3r) and then select one of the slices in Corel and create a cdr for cutting on my local TechShop Epilog lasers (perhaps out of a thin transparent color acrylic). Also, in my cutting experience on 1/8th/3mm wood, I use 20 for the speed, 90 for the power so as not to over stress the tube in the machine (especially if I don't own it), and 500 for the frequency. I make a single pass and it pretty much gets all the way through and then repeat it again and this frees up the last little bits and everything just falls out of the sheet. For 1/4"/6mm i just bring the speed down to like 15.
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This is a really really nice! I also have found tips about wooden dice towers @ http://woodendicetower.com
Awesome project and very detailed instructions - most excellent!
This is beautiful - keithjonesaceparking8441
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