The Great Wave, laser cut into acrylic by Klaus Kremer, via The Laser Cutter (TLC) blog  http://thelasercutter.blogspot.com/2011/01/great-wave.html

The Great Wave, laser cut into acrylic by Klaus Kremer, via The Laser Cutter (TLC) blog http://thelasercutter.blogspot.com/2011/01/great-wave.html

Wooden Crafts Laser Engraving Machine DW1290 (DW1290) - China Engraving Laser Machine;Crystal Laser Engraving Machine;acrylic cutter, Dwin

Wooden Crafts Laser Engraving Machine DW1290 (DW1290) - China Engraving Laser Machine;Crystal Laser Engraving Machine;acrylic cutter, Dwin

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Acrylic Sheet | Tubes | Rods| Cements | ACRYLITE® Online Shop for reasonable acrylic frames

Acrylic Sheet | Tubes | Rods| Cements | ACRYLITE® Online Shop for reasonable acrylic frames

Printing on gessoboard. Gessobord is a wonderful surface for patterns made with stencils or block prints. For this painting, I carved a koi design into a soft rubber block of Safety-Kut™ using Speedball® linoleum block cutters. I mixed acrylic paint and Golden® Acrylic Glazing Liquid (this keeps the acrylic from drying too fast) and applied it to the block with a rubber brayer

Printing on gessoboard. Gessobord is a wonderful surface for patterns made with stencils or block prints. For this painting, I carved a koi design into a soft rubber block of Safety-Kut™ using Speedball® linoleum block cutters. I mixed acrylic paint and Golden® Acrylic Glazing Liquid (this keeps the acrylic from drying too fast) and applied it to the block with a rubber brayer

The IDIYA part of this sign was cut in cardboard with our Laser Cutter and then stacked to create the extruded look off the wall.  An acrylic plate was cut for each letter to safety harness the wires of the LEDS.  The white Leds are ran 9 in series, @ 25.6V and 20mA, while the orange LEDS are ran 15 in series @ 27.9V also 20mA... AND... this sign is only using 25 watts of power and is super bright from the road.

The IDIYA part of this sign was cut in cardboard with our Laser Cutter and then stacked to create the extruded look off the wall. An acrylic plate was cut for each letter to safety harness the wires of the LEDS. The white Leds are ran 9 in series, @ 25.6V and 20mA, while the orange LEDS are ran 15 in series @ 27.9V also 20mA... AND... this sign is only using 25 watts of power and is super bright from the road.

Add hooks between the two washers. Stick the spokes on them as shown. MATERIALS: Cycle spokes, Rubber Washer, Coloured Paper, Acrylic Sheet, Metal Hangers, Sun Board, Embroidery Mesh, HooksTOOLS: Acrylic Cutter, Plier, Acrylic Cutter, Masking Tape, Scissor, Duct Tape, Glue, Super Glue

Add hooks between the two washers. Stick the spokes on them as shown. MATERIALS: Cycle spokes, Rubber Washer, Coloured Paper, Acrylic Sheet, Metal Hangers, Sun Board, Embroidery Mesh, HooksTOOLS: Acrylic Cutter, Plier, Acrylic Cutter, Masking Tape, Scissor, Duct Tape, Glue, Super Glue

Barbie centerpiece. The stand is a terra cotta pot and plate, spray painted black. The head is 2" thick Styrofoam cut with a Styrofoam cutter from local craft store. Hand painted head with acrylic paint and added glitter. Tissue paper flower. Hot glue holding it all together.

Barbie centerpiece. The stand is a terra cotta pot and plate, spray painted black. The head is 2" thick Styrofoam cut with a Styrofoam cutter from local craft store. Hand painted head with acrylic paint and added glitter. Tissue paper flower. Hot glue holding it all together.

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