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.
Monthly Archives: September 2020
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