Anodized Luggage Tag

I know this probably didn’t happen to the rest of you, but while shopping for presents I came across a few things for the laser. Oops.

I have a friend that travels a lot for her new job, so I decided to make her some luggage tags.

Engrave: 1000/100/675

These should be unique enough to help her find her bags :slight_smile:

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Well done. Nice find.

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Yeah, that’s a gorgeous color!

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Very nice! I’ve never seen any tags quite like that.

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The privacy feature is pretty good.

And I really wanted to try anodized aluminum. :smiley:

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Anodized aluminum is one of my very favorite mediums. It’s sort of like a no-fail thing.

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What a beautiful tag! Love the blue!

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This is awesome! Thanks for sharing your settings. A friend asked me to do luggage tags so I am grateful that I found your post. Do you mind me asking whether or not you used a jig? Or did you place the anodized aluminum tag directly on to the crumb tray without a jig? Thank you!

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With the new calibration you can eyeball things into place. Make sure to use the Set Focus first before aligning your art.

I did use a jig when I made this before we had set focus. I cut the jig from cardboard. The pieces sat on the crumb tray once I made the cutouts for them.

For settings I’ve been using 270 or 340 lpi and have been happy with the results. Full power and speed work great on the anodized tags.

Have fun!