Grey Lightning is making lasered dice

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#1

Check it out!


Acrylic dice blanks
#2

Custom dice, another thing I have to make. Now I’m pondering making a set of custom dice for my intended YouTube channel. Roll a set for craft, material, and design…or just material and design.


#3

I’ve already got a hundred blanks waiting to be lased. Can’t wait, but have too! :smile:

(edited to add an emoji to indicate my emotion behind the comment.)


#4

All of us are heavy into ideas, and sometimes even materials, but lacking in the laser area…but SOON.


#5

Yeah… I have a bit more than a hundred blanks. Lol


#6

And another use for vodka! wow ! Interesting video - does anyone know if most of the dice sets on Amazon are acrylic? I’m afraid I’ll get some plastic ones that have PVC or gets “melty” when trying to engrave.


#7

Now i have two, filling the airlock on my fermenter and clean up after my laser.


#8

Love her.


#9

Maybe I will buy some cheap vodka for this…though I usually stock on high percentage rubbing alcohol for my razor and for first aid purposes.


#10

Grey Lightning is so awesome!


#11

Vodka can help get copic marker out of fabric too!


#12

Is it wrong that I want her as my grandmother…

What would be cheaper, vodka or 99% alcohol?


#13

BEER RUN!!!

Oh, wait, that would be grocery run…and I’m so not into that right now. Anyone else want to hit the store and to a price per volume comparison?


#14

Good luck getting that out of your head.

Sadly USA booze is way cheaper then ours


#15

I think denatured alcohol would be cheaper. With vodka you have to pay the liquor tax.


#16

Is denatured the same thing as this:
http://m.staples.ca/en/Rubbing-Alcohol-99/product_SS2202469_1-CA_1_20001?sk_test=a


#17

Nope. Rubbing alcohol is isopropanol. Denatured alcohol is ethanol to which a poison (there are many: toluene for one) has been added to make it undrinkable. Vodka is ethanol to which no poison has been added.


#18

So stop getting drunk while looking through the medicine cabinet. Got it. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#19

The ones I linked to in my PRU report are urea resin. No worries about melting when laser :grinning: