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How-to: Wooden badge with safety pin

Instruction. How-to make wooden badge with safety pin

How-to: Wooden badge with safety pin

Step 1: Cut and engrave
Cut and engrave badge using laser mashine.
Material: Birch plywood.
Red line – cut. Black line – engrave.

Information for inversion engraving
Cover a dark stain on birch plywood, then varnish, dry, grind.
Or, you can just paint wooden blank.
Objective: Remove the top thin layer of paint from wooden blank and not burn wood.

Parameters for 40 watt laser machine:
• Speed – 300 mm / sec
• Maximum power – 13%
• Interval – 0.1 mm

You may need to experiment with parameters.

After a quick and low-power engraving almost no soot. Soot from the cutted edges of the product can be easily removed with a damp sponge soaked in normal water.

Effect of inversion engraving is stunning.
In this way, we are doing many projects.
Cut and engrave badge using laser mashine

Step 2: Safety pin
Insert safety pin into holes of base.
Insert safety pin into holes of base

Step 3: Glue
Apply glue to the base.
Apply glue to the base

Step 4: Press
Join badge on the base.
Press down.
Allow the glue to dry.
Join badge on the base. Press down. Allow the glue to dry.

Step 5: Enjoy!
It’s ready.
Enjoy!
Enjoy!

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4 comments

  1. I use an Epilog laser and it does not work by color like the junk Chinese lasers, they actually work on line thicknesses. If I run this, it will “Vector cut” all the lines since they are all hairline and the pieces will fall out. The graphic part actually needs to be solid fill to “raster engrave” all the paint away, I need to figure out how to change this in Corel Draw (the preferred files for the Epilog).

    Thank you.

  2. B.T.W., what game is this logo from? I think I should know it somehow but for the line of me I can’t come up with the answer.

    Thanks.

    • StarWars
      Sign of Mandalorians.
      The Mandalorians — known in Mando’a as the Mando’ade, or “Children of Mandalore”—were a nomadic group of clan-based people consisting of members from multiple species and multiple genders, all bound by a common culture.
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