Lasering Your Colon


#21

Hope to get the time tonight


#22

Love it ! Now I wonder how small you could make these? Just think business card size little 3d colons.

" Need a Dr.? Colon me"
maybe pickup line in a bar?
“Need a date? Colon Me” (replace date with friend, ride, to talk…)

:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#23

Oh, I’ll keep throwing those macaroni statues out there as the likes and comments have taught me that I am often not the best judge of what people find useful.
I see that going the other direction as well. Often I find a useful tidbit in what someone else thought was a throwaway line.


#24

Don’t feel bad! I just figured that out last week :wink:


#25

This is great as is, but 3D engraving this model onto a coaster-like shape would be neat, too! Take the model and do this:

'Course, I don’t know the status of 3D engrave functionality at this point, so maybe a future project.

Next should be the semi-colon.


#26

Will you be wrapping it in reddish saran wrap Doc?..looking forward to it. :eye: :eye:


#27

Nice! I, like the others here, are disappointed that there is no diverticula or polyps? Perhaps a good use of PG acrylic?


#28

Very good explanation of the workflow. It was easy to digest and eliminated all questions.

:grin:


#29

Please tell me you’re NOT going to fill it with that “poop” silicon you’re working on… :fearful: :astonished: :sweat_smile:

Silicone Material for Glowforge?


#30

Haha. I suppose I could use @scatterbrains’ suggestion for depth carving those in…

That “poop” is of course not poop (well I suppose it could be, but I have way better silicone for poop generation) since that is for another experiment (which smells like poop, but is actually high-tech work)


#31

Your skills are seriously friggen impressive!!


#32

[quote=“henryhbk, post:30, topic:7269”]I have way better silicone for poop generation
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I want this on a t-shirt. :smile:


#33

ugh, I met a Gastroenterologist once in a social setting, and it took all of me to refrain from saying, “so, you must meet a lot of a#@%!!-holes in your line of work.” They probably hear that all the time.