Acrylic clocks

Been working with acrylic of several colores

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Great job! (Love the Joker!)

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Love the Batman and Snoopy clocks.

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These are in acrylic? They look just like the vinyl albums people are doing. Looks great.

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3mm acrylic at cut at low speed 140 and power 9 6 an if your using several colors just buy acrylic glue it works in seconds.

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these is acrylic with a picture its done with sublimation printer same process as a tshirt. 1min under a heatpress.

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Gosh, all your pieces are just amazing!

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Ok, now those are awesome. :sunglasses:

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They are timeless … !

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That’s some really amazing design work!
I was just thinking about buying clock components and make a clock or two. Now I realize I’ll need to up my game… a lot!

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Wow wow wow!!!

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Anybody want to buy a heavily used glowforge? I’m definitely not using mine to this potential haha

Seriously, this is some really impressive work.

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Holy smokes, these are some creative clocks! Love the use of negative space and pops of color.

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Awesome! Love the Chewbacca and LOTR ones the best!

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Very impressive work!

Does it seem to be well integrated/fixed to the acrylic surface ?
Most dye sub producers stress the need for the surface to be polyester, or coated with a polyester varnish, so this would be a new combination of two technologies.
John :upside_down_face: