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Laser Cut Ant Farm

My daughter asked for an ant farm, and it seemed like something doable with some scrap acrylic and the laser cutter. I ran out of scrap and had to hunt down other sources, but eventually got it done: 158 more words

PCB printing using Laser Cutting

At the (Art)ScienceBLR lab, we tried to print our own biodesign incubator PCB using the laser cutter to etch.

Photo-resist PCB paints and boards are not that easily available here in Bangalore. 209 more words


Kinetic Art- My Final Pieces

That’s it. Finito. This semesters work is finally complete for both my Kinetic Art and the Psychology of Touch projects! I’ve loved this third year so far as I’ve really pushed the boat out and tried things that are completely new to me. 361 more words


Laser-Cut Oak Jewelry by Studio 2 Owner Meghan Hollister

Over the past few years, I have had the pleasure of occasionally working out of the Quad Cities’ only makerspace, The QC Co-Lab. Founded in 2010, … 358 more words

My Artwork

Milk Face Imprints

My medium of choice for my Kinetic Art project has been milk. I love working with unconventional materials and techniques and when I found out about milk painting (and baking) it was right up my street. 172 more words


CNC'd Pinewood Derby Car, Part 1: The Jig is Up

This is the first post in (hopefully) a series on crafting a pinewood derby car out of a stock boy scouts kit via CNC. My son loves pinewood derby, and in a quest to test out improvements, wanted to make an aerodynamic car similar in profile to an airplane wing. 514 more words

Laser Cut Drawer Dividers

Drawers with multiple different things often become a mess and then quickly a lost cause. I like to make these laser-cut drawer dividers because they are useful, easy to make (I made these in less than an hour), and are a great way to use up scrap plywood from other projects. 234 more words