Event update: Friday’s car hacking meetup is cancelled, as I’m traveling and probably won’t be back in town in time to host it. If anyone wants to come hack on cars anyway, well, that’s always a welcome activity!
Now, on with the post. The sort of work you do with a laser cutter can depend a lot on its material capacity. Some things, like Greg’s wood inlay and Lego-compatible gears, work fine in any size of machine:
Others, like Donny’s picture frame matting, might not fit in a table-top machine:
And then you have projects that really take advantage of a giant cutter bed, like Andy’s dinosaur:
So, with access to 150 watts of CO2 creativity, what will you make?