24 Jan Best Laser Cutting Designs of January
It’s 2020 and we’ve more customer designs to show you! We’re already collating designs for February (particularly ones made for Valentines Day), read on to find out how to enter.
Be sure to follow the links in the titles and usernames to find out more about the designs!
Hip Flasks are hugely popular, whether personalised or uniquely designed. They can be engraved with ease and the results are stunning, as seen on this birch and stainless steel flask engraved with the LS6840 PRO.
By far one of the most noticeable designs we’ve seen recently, this PlayStation table boasts every detail of the original Sony games console. Using 3D modelling software the console was precisely measured to be scaled up ready to be mapped out on MDF. Much of the piece was manually cut, however, more complex details such as the button text were engraved.
As I’m sure you’ve seen, clear acrylic works incredibly with laser marking and engraving. This cubic centrepiece by We Do 3d Creations is no different, utilizing LED base lights to accent the lettering.
This striking design was taken from a photograph before being processed and engraved onto black canvas. If you look close enough you can see the photographers reflection in the eye of the horse, amazing detail!
Designs like this take a lot of thought. Inspired by a classic design, this plywood easel lamp features extendable and folding legs enabling various stance options.
This black acrylic sign was made to order. The use of silhouettes and varying detail compliment one another in an ingenious way.
Let’s finish this one off with a few charitable laser creations.
This very special design was created for cancer patients at Cromer Hospital to ring at the end of their treatment. The stainless steel was engraved and the plaque was added to the engraved oak board before the bell was fitted.
These were made for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. The design on the left is made from layers of painted MDF and 2 layer acrylic, masked for cutting and engraving. It was then finished with an automotive spray lacquer. Made with the LS3060 PRO.
The second design is made from various acrylics, made with the same machine.
Saint George Catholic College
This design was a schools creation, also for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. Each poppy is engraved with a personal message from each student. Very well done!
Before you go…
If you want the chance to be featured on our website:
- Post a photo of your design on your personal or business page (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram). Note: entries will not be considered if they are posted in comment sections
- Tag us @HpcLaser and include #HPCLaser in the caption. This makes sure we can find your entry!
- Tell us about your design! Your creative process, the machine and materials you used and what it was inspired by
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