26 Nov Best Laser Cutting Designs of November
Before we start…
We’ve been supplying amazing designers with machines since 2006 and thought it was about time we let you showcase this work on our website, so here we are!
Your response and designs have been amazing. Keep it up!
Before we start, this is an ongoing feature!
The competition doesn’t close, the opportunity to showcase your work doesn’t end.
As long as enough entries are submitted, there is more to come!
If you like what you see, click on the titles and usernames to find out more!
This Lambretta design was inspired by the cult film Quadrophenia.
The lighting and colour detailing really make this 3-D acrylic wall piece pop out.
Inspirations from nature make for amazing artwork, and this hipflask is no different.
The detail of each feather is so impressive. A great example of realism in laser engraving.
This unique art piece is crafted with 400 x 500m Birch Plywood.
We love how different this design is, and couldn’t help but be mesmerised by the intricate concentric markings.
This double helix strand made instantly drew our attention.
Made from clear acrylic, the piece sits on an LED base so the colour can be changed to your taste.
Cut in 3mm Poplar Ply, the Oak tree was inspired by a photograph before being cut using the LS6090 and mounted on black card and framed.
These Harry Potter themed gifts are customisable and multipurpose!
The work is simple but effective, we love how the sorting hat was worked in there!
This is one of many 12th scale creations designed for miniatures and dollhouses.
It really demonstrates the intricacies HPC machines can execute alongside a hardworking designer!
Thanks again for your submissions!
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