|A beautiful Mandala made from six layers of 2mm
Indonesian plywood from Home Depot. I didn't design this piece, I
bought the design on Etsy where there are 100's of laser
cutter files available for next to nothing.
I fabricated this art piece on my Creality Falcon 2 40 watt laser cutter. It turned out great though it was a lot of work to build, glue up and frame.
This is now hanging on the wall in my dining room for all to see and you really have to see this up close to appreciate the detail.
|This is a triptich with each of the three panels
made from six layers of 2 mm Indonesian plywood.
This piece is also now hanging on the wall in my dining room.
|They look nice hanging next to each other don't
|Another piece of abstract wall art
|A 8 layer Mandala from two types of wood.
|Detail of the Mandala above
|Another 6 layer wooden art piece
|I made this pseudo Antique Radio music player which
provides music on my desk while I am working. This
project is documented here. I laser
cut the complete cabinet and then painted it with amber
shellac to give it an antique look. This thing is the
size of a large coffee cup.
|I built this speaker box to go along with the
antique radio so I didn't always have to use head phones
to listen to music. All cutting and engraving was done
on my Ortur Laser Master 2 machine.
|I engraved this piece for my friends Bob and Nikki
for their house concert company they run. I took the
image from their web site, processed it and then
engraved it onto 1/8" baltic birch.
|This is a lamp I designed and built. It is remote
controllable over the network. It reminds me of a hot
|This is a icosahedron made up of 19 individual laser
cut pieces. Even the connector pieces that hold this
thing together were laser cut. This is baltic birch as
This has no purpose other than it is amazing to look at.
|A napkin holder laser cut from oiled 2mm Indonesian
plywood. We use one of these to hold napkins on our
dinner table and I use another one on my desk to hold
various pads of papers.
|This was the first project I ever attempted with a
laser cutter. I found the model for the tree and cut it
at my local library. I added the NeoPixel rings and the
microcontroller used to control them. The tree is motion
sensitive and will display a unique pattern of flashing
lights anytime it is triggered. It is very beautiful in
This project is described here.
I made the first of these for myself years ago but for Christmas 2023 I made others for my two sisters.
|I thought this a nice saying so I designed a large
guitar pick like shape and engraved the saying onto it.
|I made multiple sets of these coasters for our
friends for Christmas. They are made from 2mm Indonesian
plywood which stains nicely.
|This is what I call a treasure box and they turned
out beautifully when cut from baltic birch. They
have what is called live hinges which allows the
wood to be bent around the corners of the box. These
boxes hold together on their own without any kind of
glue and can be taken apart and flattened if necessary.
Another Etsy find.