Safety First: Ensure workspace is free of fire, electrical and other safety hazards. Be aware of all safety issues when cutting materials with a laser. Always have a fire extinguisher on hand
Power on the laser and all of its components.
Ensure that: - The laser is powered and the boot up cycle begins on the screen. - The cooling system is connected properly and water is flowing through the tube. - The air compressor is powered and exhausting air to the laser head. - The exhaust system is on and vented into a safe location.
Connect to RetinaEngrave 2.0 software using your machine’s touch screen to copy the software IP address into your favorite browser. The Wired IP address is displayed at the bottom of your touch screen.
Import your design and adjust power and speed settings. Double check settings including the number of passes and cut order.
Insert material into the laser bed. Use the focus tool to adjust to the top of the material. Focusing should be done each time a new material is introduced.
Use the “Perimeter” function to ensure that the file will fit within the cutting area. Adjust accordingly.
Run the job file. Do not leave a job running unattended.
Import the included files and cut all the pieces from their respective materials. This file contains vector cuts, vector markings.
The first step you will need to do for this project is assemble the pieces, if applicable. There are very few pieces, and for the horns the pieces are notched and numbered for your ease.
The bunny ears need no assembly when it comes to the laser cut parts.
One trick you can do with the bunny ears is to use a deep vector marking with the center line and push it in to create a little depth.
Now simply hot glue the cardboard cut out to a headband.
Viola! Add it to a mask or any other costume accessory to complete your last minute costume.