Jan 162013

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Absolutely beautiful!

Until recently most of the available prosumer laser cutters required a Corel front-end. Now they seem to be moving over to a printer-like driver that runs on almost any image. Corel files are still in the list of preferred filetypes.
I have my own plans for what to do with a laser cutter. I have more basic ideas of how to cut and laminate several layers from laser cutting to make creations that I simply can’t get otherwise.
It will be miniatures for me that won’t have much artistic value. 
Love those lasers…….

Best to ya…
Mike Bauers
Milwaukee, Wi, USA

On Jan 15, 2013, at 7:23 PM, “Bob” <Winnobego@pacbell.net> wrote:

This was posted on a laser group I belong to.  This shows a different application of Corel draw.  The first link only has one picture and the second link has several more.   
The lasers use Corel as their drawing engines.  Not sure what this guy used for the laser but it surely beautiful.
Laser cut paper — gorgeous work.
From BoingBoing
more here:


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