Here’s an idea of what an entire table made just of the shipping containers could look like Hard, angular, gritty lines of sight Multiple levels using the container accessories The gaffer and his canid guard the scrap heaps dilligently The Guv is renowned for starch that does not come from corpses Mother Trucker deals
Straight off the bat I can tell you two things: LaserCutCard is not going to be getting into 3D printing Traditional injection moulders have nothing to fear from 3D printers Having said that, I am interested enough in the technology to want to try it out but not interested enough to actually invest in it.
Read part 1 here Click on the images to get bigger verisons as we continue to paint the cardboard shipping containers. Once the salt is brushed off (I used an old paintbrush and a toothbrush) you are left with something already looking pretty good. The next step is to add some details. I printed
We have a range of DIY scenery here: http://www.lasercutcard.co.za/shop/scenery/do-it-yourself These are perfect for slapping on to old cereal boxes and calling it a day. We are occasionally asked what size these are. These images have been added to the product pages themselves. Click to make the image bigger Click to make the image bigger Click
Painting scenery, painting in bulk, and getting a good end result can seem mutually exclusive. Here is how we did a bulk batch of heavily weathered shipping containers for the “container city” board. The containers were spray-painted black and then dabbed with brown (Tamiya flat brown) with a large brush. This was only done to
We want to bring back the converted shipping containers (we used to do these but when we resized the containers from their weird custom size to 2″x2″x4″ the converted ones were left behind) This is the site office. A test cut, but it worked out pretty much perfectly. It is much MUCH easier to build
Normal post is back! The South African Post Office is now accepting normal post for all international destinations. I have posted orders to the UK, USA and Germany. The burning question now is “how long will they take to arrive?” This is a tough one and my guess is, quite a long time. I am
LaserCutCard normally ships using the South African Post Office. During our Covid lockdown, the post office was closed. It has since reopened but there are two challenges: It is only shipping to certain countries It is distributing government support grants to needy citizens and there are long long queues to get in As a result,
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An update on shipping. These are the countries that we can currently ship to. THAILAND INDIA DUBAI BRAZIL HONG KONG USA SINGAPORE NETHERLANDS SWEDEN GREECE HUNGARY FRANCE GREAT BRITAIN PORTUGAL SPAIN CZECH REPUBLIC UKRAINE I am going on Thursday to find out when the rest of the EU countries are coming on board (specifically Norway