Testing 3D deep engrave and acrylic for the first time. Very cool but once I realized it looked like an Oreo, that’s all I can see
What materials did you use?
I think that looks awesome!
(But I do think you should try to engrave one to look like an Oreo and see if you can fool anyone…)
Super cool! Am I allowed to ask what settings you used?
Proofgrade 1/8 black acrylic.
I just used the default setting “deep engrave”. It popped up since I was using proofgrade thick black acrylic. I got the idea from @geek2nurse when I was haunting old posts
That is QUITE the file you used; well done with this!
Voila! I didn’t realize the material made a difference in the engrave options. Thank you!!
It really came out great! I do think you should make an Oreo cookie. For that you will need a depth map for 3D engraving. You can make your own depth map from a photo (take it with good, even lighting) using this procedure.
Now I want Oreos. Very cool.
Is that original or double stuffed? I love double stuffed!
Great work all around! @cynd11 Would she need a depth map? It seems like the oreo has many shapes on the surface but the depth of all of them would be the same. Maybe just a simple black and white? The oreo is probably “stamped” so no real depth changes? Just thinking out loud. Perhaps I missed something. Have not spent much time thinking 3D!
You’re probably right—I was overthinking it!
The designs on an actual oreo are all the same depth. (as far as I can tell from examining and eating many of them!) A press is used to imprint the designs on the actual cookie.
I engraved the design for this leather one. I’m have not attempted 3D engravings. …yet.
3d engraving always gives some wow. Never gets boring.
The first thing I thought