Wow…I thought that was a scratch in the tape!
I love the 3D effect out of 2D layers.
Very little waste. Only limited by ones imagination.
I love this
Cheap glass from a dollar store picture frame.
Slate coaster (also from the dollar store)
Anodized Aluminum (targeting tests)
I made a grid in Illustrator and exported it as a SVG. But I would prefer either dragable guides or a ‘dimmed’ grid that lines up with the guides already in the UI.
Foam Board (Dollar store - Test fit for a mount I was working on)
3D Printing part (test fit)
Yes. The LEDs should be blue. I only had red ones in my parts tray.
Airbrush template (Cardstock)
You’re making me drool…
Oh and in the bloopers dept. but on second thought this could be useful dept.
In my initial tests with foamboard I was super duper uber conservative on the power and discovered that the tape ‘by product’ could used as airbrush templates also.
The glass stuff is very cool. It looks way, way better than I expected - any difference after it’s cleaned / washed up?
That is absolutely beautiful. Both of you are so talented.
The last image was taken after I wiped it with windex and a microfiber.
Oh man, that glass one just made my day. Very awesome.
Oh man, where did you get the plans for that millennium falcon design? I love that
Holy heck! It’s like you’re reading my mind with testing materials! LOVE the $ store testing!
Ok…you are making me want to go check the front porch JUST in case the GF Fairy came by. Ha
Great choice of design for the glass, a bullet hole in glass - etched on glass.
Excellent work!!! From your examples, I can see that MY PLAN TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD with exquisite laser made gifts will be a cinch! I only need my own Glowforge LASER, and the world will be mine. HaHA! PEW! PEW!
–actually my mind is already racing with thoughts about how to make all kinds of cool stuff. Your pictures are such a great inspiration. Thank you.