This week in America, most people are getting ready for Thanksgiving. We thought we would contribute with our decorative 3D printed pumpkin candle holders.
We are big advocates of DIY culture. So much so we are always looking for ways help makers become better at their crafts. Now, to us, a laser cutter is a pretty robust yet simple tool to use. But we also realized we eat, drink and sleep all things “laser cutter” all year long; so perhaps our familiarity with them may not be typical.
Last week I shared the design files for a set of one-of-a-kind Halloween coasters. This week I was going to feature something for our 3D printer fans, however, our amazing artist, Vanessa, wowed us again with these beautiful composition notebook covers.
Halloween is almost here, so I thought this would be a good opportunity to share some Halloween design files for your laser cutter. These original creepy coasters will bring gloom and doom to your Halloween festivities and everyone will want them for themselves.
We love Maker Faire! It is always fun to immerse ourselves among Makers and crafters who come to these events. And Maker Faire San Diego did not disappoint.
Creative inspiration is in the air at Maker Faire San Diego. Here are five reasons you should come see Muse in action at the Full Spectrum Laser booth:
Here’s something cool. We recently sent one of our own to Qualcomm’s Invent Off Season Two competition in San Francisco. This year’s competition challenged two small but diverse teams of artists, coders and engineers to create a new device that could save a life. It is all about using technology to make the world a better place, which, of course, is something we fully support.
The past few weeks we’ve been looking at some impressive pieces people have been making with 3D printers. This week I thought we would switch gears and see what interesting projects a clever mind and a laser cutter can do. Our own, in-house creative genius, Vanessa, made a beautiful stained glass replica out of laser cut acrylic. I’ve attached links to a couple videos she made, chronicling the process.
JCK was a ton of fun and huge success. We met hundreds of wonderful craftspeople and jewelers (thousands were in attendance) and got to show off our Phoenix 3D printer and our SpeedCast resin formulated for jewelry casting.
Sorry for the late (and brief) post this week. We returned from Maker Faire and immediately started preparing for JCK Las Vegas (conveniently in our own back yard). JCK is the biggest jewelry convention in North America attracting thousands of jewelers and jewelry related vendors to the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.