cutting nominal 1.6mm 3 ply (actual 2.0mm thick)
for Alastair Rivers to Clive Henderson's plans of a 1/8 scale Short Singapore
|Laser engraving into pine and then treating with wood preservative|
cut 4mm MDF parts
then glued together to
give some depth to the sign. The sign is 1170mm high.
Painted by fellow MADAS team member Dave Bray
|Laser cut coloured 3mm acrylic parts then glued together to give some depth to the sign. Done for my fellow members of the Kapiti Aeromodellers Club Inc.|
|Laser cut 3mm acrylic then pressed into cuttlefish to be cast in pewter by myself.|
|A small manufacturing run of 10mm and 4mm clear acrylic parts ready to go out the door.|
|A pair of Bamboo guitar body blank and top panel after it has been machined using a custom made vacuum hold down jig on the modified Morbidelli U50. The job has been done with a combination of a 12mm, 2mm diameter end mills and a V cutter. Next the parts go to Dave Berry to put the finishing craftsmanship and with his specialist electronics to create his state of the art Bamboo Guitars.|
Study = Takoradi – laser cut acrylic prototype to be
replaced with aluminium machined parts that will be
made on the Takoradi.
Case Study = Takoradi – laser cut acrylic energy chain.
Case Study = The Acrylic Lady - Using a 2D machine to make 3D items.
Examples of - Desk name plates
Examples of - Acrylic labels with paint infill
Examples of - Gecko cut video
Examples of - Engraving video