In addition to all the other cool ideas here, I’m excited about the potential for making embossing folders. For those unfamiliar with these tools of the papercrafting hobby, you have a folded (usually A2 sized) piece of plastic that has a positive image on one side and negative on the other. You put a piece of paper in the folder and run the sandwich through a rolling system (like a Cuttlebug or Big Shot). What you get is a dry-embossed raised image. I’m wondering what type of plastic would be best to use for this.
I’d also like to make art stamps, preferably by cutting photopolymer rather than rubber, because you can see through it to position your image. I understand you can laser cut silicone, but silicone does not hold ink well for an art stamp. Anyone know if there is a laser cuttable photopolymer substrate out there?