Asked by Rabarbervin 9 years ago
I want to have vote for an Epilog project but I have to 1) scroll through a bunch of projects to find the one I want or 2) click a bunch to get a button on the project page. Is there an easier way? .
Posted by joiek 9 years ago
Hey i have a couple ideas to enter in the epilog laser contest If you have any post em and get them reviewed. One idea i have is a Laser Pistol! its an old technique of stimulating photons. If it is run under the best conditions it can be up to 1,000,000 Watts at 1 ms bursts, post your new ideas
Posted by itsthatsguy 9 years ago
How hot is a laser cutter beam? I was thinking of using a magnifying glass and the sun to burn into metal or stone. And when I say magnifying glass I meant using a giant frens lense Overall my goal is to carve into metal, stone or brick.
Asked by Houdinipeter 7 years ago
Asked by foreverdisturbed 9 years ago
Is there a way to find an instructable to vote for in the Epilog Challenge without scrolling through all 400? Why can't a person vote from the page for the instructables or search by instructable name? This is way too hard! Or, I'm missing something. HELP!
Posted by joiek 9 years ago
Epilog Contest rules: instructables must "not contain or incorporate the intellectual property of any third party" Answered
Does this mean that we can't say brand names of supplies or store names of where we got our materials? I do not want to be disqualified for this! : - )
Asked by FeedTheGrid 9 years ago
So my school has an epilog legend 32 laser cutter engraver. I'm trying to cut some plastics but at slow speeds it barely touches the top and melts it. i have tryed higher speed and lower power but i get the same results. the frequency is at 2500 and can go to 5000. any sort of advice to how to configure the laser to cut plastics right and with out it burning?
Asked by Travpena 6 years ago
I would like some clarification regarding this year's Epilog Challenge. It states "International entries are accepted." but there is someone in the comments (Culturespy) authoritatively claiming "International entries are not allowed due to international shipping restrictions on lasers. Sorry guys." Is Culturespy right, or misguided? My contest entry is going to cost me more then any of the other prizes are worth, so it is only worth me pursuing if I have a shot at the laser cutter.
Posted by NathanWilliams 7 years ago
We got something awesome in the mail today - our new Epilog laser cutter!Check out the unboxing photos - I'll post more once we've got it set up and running.It's a 75 watt Epilog laser with a 24"x36" bed - we're going to make some awesome stuff with this one. If you have some great ideas for things to laser cut, bring your plans and materials to to one of our build nights and try it out. (PM me if you have any questions.)You can do almost anything with a good laser cutter - expect to see lots of fantastic projects posted soon!
Posted by canida 9 years ago
Psst - want to win a laser cutter?UPDATE: The Epilog Challenge has begun! Click here for details.We know you do, so we've teamed up with the fantastic people at Epilog Laser to bring you the Epilog Challenge: to make an awesome project with a green twist!The most incredible project will win an Epilog laser, and runners-up will get the next-best thing: use of a laser cutter, from our friends at Ponoko! Laser cutters are absolutely incredible tools - the sky (or your imagination) is the limit to what you can make.Now a peek at some details from the contest page:What's a green twist? In honor of environmentally-friendly design and our Green Theme for 2009, we want to see at least some clearly-described green component in the design, no matter how small. Simply explain some way your design is energy-efficient, reuses materials, or is helpful to the environment in some way. It doesn't have to be the primary theme for your project - we just want to encourage green thinking at all stages of a project, no matter how small. Whether you've picked LEDs over incandescent lights, made maximally efficient use of scarce resources, or dumpster-dived for materials, we want to hear about the little steps that contribute to permanent changes in behavior.So, inspired yet? Start thinking and building now, since the contest launches next week!
Posted by canida 9 years ago
It's only got a week left, and we know there are so many fantastic projects out there that haven't been entered. You should have a look through your recently published projects and enter them al! Just as a reminder, we are looking for ANY awesome project you've made. It doesn't have to be a huge build or something tech-y - as long as you created something it can be entered! The Grand Prize is a Epilog Zing 16 laser cutter and three FIrst Prize winners will also get their choice of one of three power tools! :D Instructables must be published between April 15, 2013 and July 15, 2013. Check out the official contest page for more details.
Posted by jessyratfink 4 years ago
I have my Instructable here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-Flamethrowers/ and I tried to enter it into the contest, but it doesn't show up under recent entries, and when I go to the contest page itself and click "How to Enter" it says "Your Instructables that are already entered in this contest pending moderator approval." How long does it normally take to get approved? Am I missing something here? I really want to enter this, and with the deadline less than 4 days away, I need help :-) Thanks, GoDoggie
Posted by godoggie 7 years ago
We're so excited to announce that the Epilog Challenge is back for its fifth year! We've teamed up with Epilog to give you the opportunity to win a fantastic Zing 16 Laser, power tools, and Instructables prize packs. Epilog Challenge V is open April 15th through July 15th - so you've got a long time to build something awesome. We can't wait to see what you make! Head to the Epilog Challenge V contest page to get all the details.
Posted by jessyratfink 5 years ago
Right now I have a 3 month pro membership, but I got another 1 year pro membership for being a finalist in the epilog contest. What happens if I enable the 1 year membership. Will it just add on, or will is "erase" the 3 months, and just be a year? I am pretty sure that it will just tack on, but I just wanted to be sure that there wasn't a bug. Thanks in Advance! AI (soon to be TTR)
Posted by JaredsProjects 7 years ago
My screen name is Fallental, I entered my instructable, "Duct Tape Tool Tote", to 3 contests. Craftsman tools contest, Epilog Challenge Contest, and the Duct Tape Tough contest. It was accepted into the Epilog Challenge very fast. 48 hours are not up for it to be accepted into the Duct Tape Tough contest, but I was wondering if it was going to be accepted or not because its already in another contest (Epilog challenge)? I really want it in the duct tape contest. Thank you, Fallental
Posted by fallental 7 years ago
So, I saw the Epilog contest today and when I saw the page, I noticed the different layout for the header, and I liked it. Just stick in the orange and change the "You" bar to white and you have a much slimmer header bar for Instructables. Any thoughts?
Posted by n8man 9 years ago
I was doing my daily rounds, one of which is to search 'steampunk' on flickr, when i happened across these. With the upcoming Epilog contest, i thought they were most relevant.From, Flickr user Jared most of his good work (for a quick glance) is in his lased Flickr setIf your looking for an incentive to enter, just have a browse through these pictures. My personal favorites are the cool cubes. Which i think would look great on any desk.There is alot more to be found, if you have a browse. Any of you on flickr, be sure to drop some nice comments.
Posted by gmjhowe 9 years ago
I feel very disappointed and discriminated by instructables, after I was looking at the Make it Stick Contest 2, and the Epilog Challenge, and I find out that I can't participate, because Puerto Rico is excluded. Please I personally request some more information about this subject.
Asked by skizzikpr 6 years ago
Https://www.instructables.com/id/Aperture-Xbox-360-Slim-Mod/ Why does this keep getting rejected from the Epilog Challenge? It says it's eligible but I keep receiving rejections anyway.
Asked by pyro1234567890 6 years ago
Check out the New innovation in construction using discarded plastic bottles...Think it is not strong enough ? heres the link to the instructable..https://www.instructables.com/id/New-Innovation-in-Construction-using-Waste-Plastic/
Posted by nav.sparx 9 years ago
Hi, I would like to submit an instructable to the Epilog and Pocket sized electronics challenges. It is a spark/electric arc generator, which has many uses such as using it as a spark gap radio transmitter, igniting flammable gasses or liquids (camping stoves), or using the high voltage to charge capacitors. The circuit is based on that of a DIY stun gun, so the project could be used as a stun gun. In the rules it says the project can't be 'potentially dangerous'. So would this project be disqualified from the challenges for being too dangerous? I would of course warn people not to use it as a stun gun in the instructable. Thanks in advance :) Detective Inspector Me
Posted by Detective Inspector Me 5 years ago
I am trying to enter the father's day contest with this, https://www.instructables.com/id/Supersized-Jenga-game/ But I keep getting a message that says my instructable was posted before the contest started. When I was posting the instructable the toy contest and epilog contest had the same message. So I published the instructable and then I tried to enter the contests. The epilog and toy contests worked fine but the fathers day contest continues to give me the same rejection message.
Posted by artlife 5 years ago
I have been accepted to the Epilog Challenge and want to make some changes to my instructable. Some questions have come up in the comments and I think some clarifications would be needed.
Posted by Groover 7 years ago
Whenever I post an instructable a bunch of A like symbols appear on the instructable, how can you get rid of them? Answered
My instructable is for a big paper mache shark and its on the 4th epilog challenge see it if you can help that would be appriciated (voting would be to)
Asked by DELETED_professor awsome 6 years ago
Hey Everyone, Recently I have been looking at different C02 laser manufacturers to see if there was anything that was affordable but still of professional quality, and I stumbled accross Full Spectrum Lasers. I am wondering if anyone on the site has any experience with their products and their customer service. The reason I am asking is because their prices almost seem too low; comparable Epilog lasers seem to cost at least twice as much. I know that Epilog is probably one of the biggest names in the industry and have apparently been around the longest, but I don't see how that alone could cause such a price difference. So basically, if any of you have had good or bad experiences with Full Spectrum your knowledge would be greatly appreciated. Nathanael Scheffler
Posted by NathanaelScheffler 4 years ago
Its been four days since i submitted my instructable into the jury rig and epilog contests and was just wondering if you get a notification when its been accepted or do you get on if you aren't accepted. Thanks! https://www.instructables.com/id/No-cd-Player-want-music-in-your-car-No-Problem/
Asked by whosLiam 5 years ago
I was a runner-up in the 4th epilog laser challenge. I got the instructables prize pack about two weeks after the contest ended. However I still haven't gotten the leatherman juice. I was just wondering if this was normal. Any further light would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Posted by pastprimitive 6 years ago
Hey i wanted to ask you people that has any one used Epilog Mini 18"x12" company's (U.S.A.) laser cutting and engraving machine as am planning to buy in sometime so i want to know hows its performance :) as am from india so suggest me accordingly
Posted by dj_square 10 years ago
I submitted my instructable into the epilog contest BEFORE the closing time, however is hasnt been reviwed yet. If my instructable is reviewed AFTER the contest closes will my instructable still be entered as I dont want to miss out.TomHere is my instructablehttps://www.instructables.com/id/Custom-recycled-UK-stamps/
Posted by DELETED_whizzkidtom 9 years ago
Woohoo! We now have new signs for our bathrooms. Now people will know exactly what to do when they see them. Both of these were cut with the Epilog laser cutter. The first sign has foamcore cutouts on top of black acrylic. The second one is white acrylic with black sprapyaint applied on top.
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
Hey, I like to watch the contests and all because I'm interested to see who wins (plus I'm rooting for one in particular, but that's neither here nor there). But the Epilog and Pocket-Sized challenges judging end dates keep getting pushed back. Is there a reason for this? Can someone pretty please help me understand? Thanks! -Me
Posted by tjorgensen1 6 years ago
I want to laser engrave a high res photo of animals on to the backs of cell phone cases. The backs are composed of cherry wood. The space on the cherry would I have to work with is about 2 x 3 inches. Any suggestions as to how to get a quality engraving? 30 watt epilog laser engraver. Corel Draw. ...
Exactly what rights does one provide to the instructables community when publishing an instructable? Am I still able to publish the information used in an instructable in a magazine? I'm thinking about entering the Epilog instructable challenge. I kind of gathering that publishing something here I am providing a non-exclusive right. Does anyone know?
Asked by jiovine 9 years ago
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Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago