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Fiber Laser Engraved Aluminum EVEREMAN Cubes

Posted by admin on August 24, 2014

These deep engravings in aluminum were achieved by using multiple passes with the Fiber Laser engraver. The graphics etched into the 3 inch aluminum are for a metal cube series by the artist Evereman Evereman http://evereman.com/

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Laser Cutting Leather

Posted by admin on August 18, 2014

Laser Cutting thin leather with the Epilog Zing 30W CO2 Laser Cutter. Settings are 100% Speed, ??% Power, ???Hz Frequency. These are for a customer in Marietta, Atlanta, GA.

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Laser Cutting Felt and Fleece Fabric

Posted by admin on July 18, 2014

Laser Cutting 2 layers of 1/16 inch thick Felt Fabric with the Epilog Zing 30W CO2 Laser Cutter. Settings are 100% Speed, 23% Power, 200Hz Frequency. These are pieces that will be sewn onto felt pillows by www.sushistyle.com from Atlanta, GA

Laser Cutting 2 layers of Fleece Fabric using a 30W Epilog Zing CO2 laser. Settings are 100% Speed, 30% power, and 200Hz frequency.

These are some of the pillows that she made previously from felt that we laser cut.

Buy the pillows at: http://sushistyle.com/collections/sushistreet-pillows

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Laser Engraved Maple Cutting Boards

Posted by admin on July 18, 2014

HotHead Studios in Decatur, GA wanted 100 custom cutting boards as christmas gifts to send out to clients. We connected them with the furniture makers at www.theinnovativewood.com, who cut out the cutting boards from maple. They did a great job. Once cut they brought the cutting boards to us, and we engraved them with the CO2 laser.

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Fiber Laser Engraved Aluminum Electronics Box

Posted by admin on July 10, 2014

Lucid Scientific came to us needing several pieces of scientific equipment engraved with their name and serial numbers. These aluminum boxes engraved beautifully using the Fiber laser. Not only did it engrave through the black paint, but it's also permenantly etched into the aluminum. The resulting etching was very nice.

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Evereman laser cut stencils from baltic birch

Posted by admin on May 12, 2014

evereman laser cut birch stencil

Evereman artist stopped by the shop to laser cut some Evereman stencils from 1/8in Baltic Birch. H will be using these to make the rewards for the recent Kickstarter "Evereman Road Show". We used the CO2 laser to cut the stencils. Living in Atlanta, Evereman has been a staple of the local art scene, and it was great to meet the creater.  The equipment in my shop gave him lots of other ideas. We cut some 2" pieces of stainless, and used the Fiber laser to etch Evereman on them. This is for a commisioned piece of furniture that he made recently.

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fiber laser engraved stainless bracelet laser etched stainless metal bracelets

These are some brushed stainless bracelets on which we laser etched a detailed logo onto a slightly curved surface. The fiber laser did a great job with all the detail, and the customer was very happy with the engraving.

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Marking Black ABS with Fiber Laser to get a White Logo

Posted by admin on April 25, 2014

Our new product is a 10 inch tablet mount for photographers and videographers. We used the Fiber Laser to mark a bright white logo, product name, website, and instructions on the flat surface.

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Engraving Marble Trophy with CO2 laser

Posted by admin on April 18, 2014

For an upcoming capoeira event, we upcycled some old trophies by removing the name plates, and engraving directly into the marble (or granite?). Multiple passes were used at high power with the CO2 laser to get a nice, deep etch.

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Laser Engraving Maple Whiskey Bottle Stoppers

Posted by admin on March 25, 2014

Jason Prigmore Woodworks http://www.jasonprigmore.com/ approached us about laser engraving hundreds of custom, hand made bottle stoppers. First we made some samples for them to show to the customer. We went through several revisions of the design before the customer was ready to do the large run. The laser engraving topped off the amazing hand crafting that Jason did. A lot of work went into each and everyone of these stoppers. We also engraved his company name on the underside.

We made a custom fixture to precisley hold the stoppers during engraving. It also had to accomodate for the variances in diameter of a hand made (turned on a lathe) product. This was surprisingly tricky, but we were able to laser the engravings right on the mark.

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