Heroes with laser cutters

The Laser Cutter Roundup — a weekly dose of laser-cut love: #24Hey, Sam here. I’m back collecting this week’s posts from The Laser Cutter!

Bowie mentioned dolphins in “Heroes” right? Anyway…  Paul Kinsky emailed me the amazing work above and said, “I made an algorithm that takes as input a 3d model and outputs pieces that can be pieced together to make a real life version of that 3d model.”
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After the jump nothing to do with dolphins and NLC Design #7.

Above are laser cut works of sacred geometry from KSimmulator. Courtesy of Mathew Borgatti.

Above are Hemisphere Lighting By Massow Design and cut by Cutlasercut.

Above is NLC Design #7: Fernando Brizio.

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2 Responses to “Heroes with laser cutters”

  1. paul kinsky Says:

    Wow, thanks! I expected to get a few favorites, but not this! I’ll have a version of that dolphin on Ponoko soon. I need to run a few tests on our school laser cutter first.

    On that note, if anyone has any solutions for dealing with varying material width in a slots-and-tabs situation, can you please post it? I’ve seen the post on nodes, but I don’t think it’ll work for this.

    Paul Kinsky

  2. Josh Judkins Says:

    Hi Paul!

    There are some further interlocking tips here:
    http://support.ponoko.com/entries/498833-get-the-best-results-from-interlocking-acrylic-designs

    The best thing you can do is try and make the important measurements ones you have control over (ones you are cutting)…