IKEA for laser gift supplies

For all you folks with a similar love/hate relationship with IKEA.
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That was a hoot! (Out of likes.) :grin:

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And when you’re at IKEA, you can get a PÅHL desk - it’s just about the perfect size for your Glowforge! (well, very very slight overhang of 1/4-inch)

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LOL :laughing:

Great idea! I was just there yesterday and walked right by that section.

My son works for IKEA and loved this cartoon…

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That can’t be right. The guy is talking.

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Best IKEA thing ever

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LOL :smile:

This is fantastic

ROTFL :joy:
Funny didn’t see that Catapult at the Ikea last time I went.
I’m sure they would sell well though… Even if they only sold a miniature version.

Who Doesn’t want a Catapult!!!

P.S. - Ikea does offer professional installation. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Is the acrylic from IKEA?

No, the pictured acrylic was from Inventables.

If you’re on the west coast, Tap Plastic is another great resource for acrylic.

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oh bummer! They aren’t in the KC area. Wonder if there is a place that will sell scraps cheap around me? Sounds like a great find!!

Looks like you might have a few possibilites in KC. This looks promising :slight_smile:
http://www.regalplastic.com/

Somehow I didn’t get a notice on your reply @kittski and just saw this. I will check with regal plastic. Thank you!

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How did all the cork do in the laser? Do you have pictures from your completed project with any of these items? Thank you in advance!

I think that’s one of the few things I didn’t do anything with. I have engraved cork before, and it’s either black or nothing as far as I can tell, but haven’t had a real use for it as of yet

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my mom said for Christmas that she wanted acrylic coasters with a cork base. suggestions? what about this … and how would you adhere the acrylic to the cork


thanks

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