Tuesday, 19th Jan 2016

Laser cutting at the edge of Malaysian designer’s work

For 26-year-old Nurul Syazninabila, her education in architecture didn’t lead her to become an architect upon graduation.  Instead, she dabbled her hands in laser cutting and woodworking and has never looked back since. She now runs her own personal business in Malaysia called Cuts Studio. She’s put a lot of thought into this and it […]

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Tuesday, 19th Jan 2016

Bright future for laser tech as industries upscale and expand

Fun fact – the word laser actually stands for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. The role of laser technologies has penetrated our lives by leaps and bounds. Unlike conventional sources of light, lasers are concentrated energy that enables users to locate and control the beams more precisely and effectively. This level of precision […]

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Wednesday, 13th Jan 2016

Up your calligraphy game

If you’re into calligraphy and engraving, this might just up your game. With new laser technologies, you’re now able to etch precise curls and swirls without causing calligraphy carnage. Depths are calculated to the tee to prevent damage to the reverse side of the paper and fonts can be calibrated to your preferences. No more […]

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Monday, 11th Jan 2016

3-D printing adds a new dimension to DIY spot welders

Spot welding is a process of joining to pieces of sheet metal together with an electrical current that’s passed through at the weld spot. And it’s perhaps one of the most economical ways of joining two pieces of metal together permanently. Matthew Borgatti, a designer and metal fabricator, had an epiphany while passing an abandoned […]

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