Maybe @spike should start a new thread on rose engines! (so we can stop hijacking this one )
This thread is awesome! Thanks for getting the ideas going—as if my brain didn’t have enough already to try out with my glowforge when it comes!
You can. It could get deep.
Steam bending is another way to take your work out of the same old plain of existence. This guy’s work is kind of wow. Max Mathias Pleissnig Now just imagine all that with laser engraving.
I am speechless!
so… many… c-clamps!
my grandfather used to do similar stuff for garden walls and such - it’s really cool. also on my hefty creative to-do list
Thought this topic was the perfect place for this:
One of my favorite of the forum. Thanks for posting.
Thanks! I’m thinking with the size of the table it most likely wasn’t actually made on a laser cutter, but the method could easily be replicated at a smaller glowforgeable scale! It’s definitely high on my list of projects to try when the 'forge arrives.
So it mentions layers of glass. Do you think acrylic could achieve a similar effect?
I think it should! Or at least I hope it does, that’s what I’m planning on experimenting with at any rate!
I love these tables. I’m sure they’d make a good CNC project, too.
Oh most definitely! If only I had the room for a nice CNC router…one day!
@spike I knew I had this link somewhere…
Cookie presses from heaven! Wow.
Check out this awesome lightbox made by @jkopel on JoshForge! Beta project "the console" (Star Trek Lighted Console with Adafruit)
I believe this one counts:
Yes indeedy, it does!