Thanks for the tip! :)
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Hi! I made the pattern myself using images I found online and illustrator. I'm not sure how your cutter works, but if you don't want the loops to fall through you could change them to be raster rather than vector lines. I hope that helps, if not let me know and I'll try again. :)
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Hi! Totally not a silly question. When I'm laser cutting I buy from Inventables here: https://www.inventables.com/technologies/baltic-birch-plywood--2. I hope that helps!
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Always happy to help a fellow maker! Your project is super cool by the way. Edge light acrylic is really cool for this kind of thing as well!
Whoops! And here I thought I was being helpful. Sorry! Maybe one day soon you can get a glowforge!
There are several makerspaces/hackerspaces/fab labs in Maine. I'm sure one of them has a laser cutter! I found my first Makerspace on Meetup and they do regular open Make activities to teach people new tools. Worth checking out if you have the time. In addition to the two links in the intro there's also this list of directories for hackerspaces and makerspaces. I hope you're able to find something that works for you!
If you're using/have access to Adobe Illustrator you can take a black and white image and live paint/live trace and turn it into an engravable image.
This is really, really cool!
Awesome! Thank you so much!
Thanks so much!
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