My grand daughter drew a picture inspired by her cat, Ember. Engraved in wood but decided it was time to play with corian. settings 50% power, speed 200 lpi 270
Oh wow, she’s a great artist!
Awwwwww, adorable (and realistic!) drawing. Nice job making it permanent!
Please be CAREFUL. Corian was largely removed from the consumer market about ten years ago because its dust was found to be extremely toxic. Use a high-grade mask, or better yet, just find a different material.
That must be a different corian. Dupont Corian is very popular today for countertops, etc. I turn it on my lathe for pens all the time.
Corian® acrylic solid surface is a solid, nonporous, homogeneous surfacing material, composed of
≈1/3 acrylic resin (also known as polymethyl methacrylate or PMMA), and ≈2/3 natural minerals. These minerals are
composed of aluminum trihydrate (ATH) derived from bauxite. Corian® is an advanced composite product used as an
architectural and design material in a variety of applications. Corian® solid surface offers design versatility, functionality and
durability. Supplied in sheets and shapes, Corian® solid surface can be fabricated with conventional woodworking tools into
virtually any design. In its finished form Corian® acrylic solid surface material is an article, is nontoxic and non-allergic to
humans. Corian® solid surface is NSF/ANSI Standard 51 Certified for Food Zone applications, NGBS GREEN CERTIFIED™,
and is GREENGUARD GOLD and GREENGUARD certified.