Final Winchell Laser Cut

Today was the last day of cutting letterforms for the Winchell font with the laser cutter.  Everything went fairly well, but a slight misalignment caused the loss of a few capital letters (C, G, O, N, M).  Luckily I had another small piece of wood, and although it’s mahogany and not maple, I used it to cut clean versions of those caps.

With all the cutting behind me, I’ll be moving on to a little more sanding then adhering the letterforms to the substrate.  Onward!

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Published in: on December 5, 2009 at 7:45 AM  Comments (1)  

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  1. a very nice article..
    Speaking of laser technology, I also had an article about the use of lasers. I really hope you will visit my blog, Thank you for your attention
    -elvis –
    (http://edulifers.blogspot.com/2010/01/blue-laser-diodes-and-applications.html)


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