Sign "Tea House" made from engravable wood
Our Tea House sign combines the various techniques you can use for processing engravable wood. Use our template as inspiration and laser-cut and engrave your own unique sign made of laserable wood.
Solid Wood Alder
- Solid Wood Walnut
For our sample, a Speedy 400 with 120 watts and a 2" lens was used.
Tip: Affix a double-sided adhesive film to one side of the walnut board.
Import the PDF template into Corel Draw and select the desired picture. The laserable Alder wood will be marked and cut and used as a base plate. For the letters and cuts we will laser cut and engrave Solid Wood Walnut.
Solid Wood Alder:
Engraving (black): Power: 15%, Speed: 20%, Resolution 500 ppi, Air Assist: ON, Z-offset: +1mm
Scoring (red): Power: 5%, Speed: 1%, Frequency: 1000 Hz, Air Assist: ON
Cutting (blue): Power: 64%, Speed: 0.8%, Frequency: 1000 Hz, Air Assist: ON
Solid Wood Walnut:
Engraving (black): Power: 60%, Speed: 30%, Resolution 500 ppi, Passes: 4, Air Assist: ON, Optimized quality
Cutting (red): Power: 45%, Speed: 1%, Frequency: 1000 Hz, Air Assist: ON
Cut out all the elements from the various wooden boards. For the cups, in the JobControl® print window assign the "Relief" process option, for everything else use the standard process option.
In addition, select "Optimized Geometries" and "Inner Geometries first" to get a nicer result.
Tip: For the relief engraving, make sure that the job is not placed over the joint of two glued wooden boards because the laser cannot erode the glue.
Remove the protective film of adhesive on the parts and stick them in the appropriately marked positions on the base plate.