To recreate "overlapping" effect for this sign we laser cut multiple layers of transparent blue acrylic and applied them on both sides of the transparent backer.
Just laser cut and assembled a maquette for prefab houses project
Just finished assembling this laser cut sign for a New York event company Bollare. Material: white opaque 1/4in acrylic glued to 1/4 in clear acrylic base.
Laser cut acrylic sensor boxes for Nationwide.
It is alway inspiring to work with high-tech companies like Spire! We laser cut some templates for their nanosatellites a while ago and now they are shooting them in to space! On the picture: first launch from a Soyuz. Credit, Spire
Can laser cutting be one of the steps in building your next house? These days laser cutting technology can replace some of the conventional ways of fabrication. More details are coming. pictures by Tri Design Group
Daniella Beltran used laser cutting as a tool to express her "idea of cities as an agglomeration of stories". She laser cut fabric into a set of "clouds". Each layer of fabric represents "graphing of top searched words throughout the year 2010, across thirty cities, showcased seasonal trends and implied information about each city when studied as a collective".
It is always not easy to laser engrave on a curved surface. But it seems that these skateboards turned out amazing.
Another gorgeous office wall sign we laser cut and installed for Black Dawg Digital Marketing LLC. #welasers #lasercutting #sign
Laser cutting textiles is one of our specialities, so is laser cutting entire garments. Laser cut pair of jeans
Morse Code room for the largest co-working space in the US, The Idea Foundry, Columbus, OH. Hundreds of Morse code pieces were laser cut, spray painted and applied to the walls of the room.
Designing and manufacturing a large "Waterfall" piece for a largest coworking place in America, Idea Foundry. The final sculpture will be cut out of 3/4 inch plywood. Size 40x60in
Recently, WE LASERS has been given a task to design and complete a few interior spots for Columbus Idea Foundry - the largest co-working space in The Midwest. We've decided to start with the most exciting spot - a phone booth. A space where you can escape into a completely environment different. The Idea for the themed design popped up almost immediately. We started thinking what was the most prominent and versatile way to pass information in the industrial era or even mow. What boosted communication between people and continents and made technological progress almost inevitable. Morse Code ladies and gentlemen. Here's some sketches and tests we laser cut for this exciting project.