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A bit of an experiment but it worked fine.
This is awesome! Did you cut it by hand?
Cutting that thin would be impossible by hand. (at least by my hand anyway…)
50W laser cutter, 2mm per sec. Interesting slightly burnt pumpkin smell…
I almost thought it was laser cut, but was doubtful when I saw that it was a pumpkin. 🙂
Doesn’t the surface have to be pretty flat to be cut?
I envy all of you that have a laser cutter! 🙂
Surface should ideally be flat but it works on curved if you don’t mind the loss of quality – which doesn’t matter too much on a pumpkin.
Laser cutter was £500 (5500 Krona) which wasn’t too bad. They do come cheaper but I recommend getting one with air assist. Do your research though as at this price they are low quality Chinese produced with poor safety – no interlocks for example.
If you do purchase, get yourself a pair of polycarbonate safety goggles to use as laser safety goggles. Not ideal but fair better than nothing.