I had an idea and wondered if anyone has ever seen angled miter joint type cuts created on a flat material using the laser to engrave the cut.
This would allow someone to essentially print all the parts of a low poly papercraft type model out of wood and carefully piece/glue them together at the correct angles.
Obviously the laser would have to be extremely well calibrated to the substrate being cut to allow for this accuracy in depth and engraving to create/simulate the “miter cut”.
This would certainly require some software ingenuity but I think it is in the realm of possibility. Thoughts?
(visual reference borrowed from Papertrophy’s Etsy page)