[Noisebridge-discuss] Notes on Using the Laser Cutter / evolution of space
martinbogo at gmail.com
Sat Mar 10 17:48:01 UTC 2012
Creative answer to your question:
The laser is the ultimate paper cutter and stencil maker. We used
ours at ATX to make stencils, and then did multi-color prints onto
On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 1:29 AM, Jessica shu <xitsjessica at gmail.com> wrote:
> hey guys! would i be able to scan a design onto a tshirt using the laser?
> On Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 10:53 PM, Tony Longshanks LeTigre
> <anthonyletigre at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Guten Tag, LarmBrücke!
>> I wrote up these notes today based on Rayce's laser cutter demo, which I
>> attended last night.
>> Some of the info may need correction or expansion, which is why I've
>> placed it on the wiki. This text is too dense & should be broken up into
>> smaller paragraphs, some of the info condensed or simplified, with more
>> keywords in bold. (I am incorrigibly "wordy" - it's a problem I live with.)
>> We plan to include a revised version of these notes in issue 2 of ZiP. Once
>> it's more reader friendly we should also print a copy & post it above the
>> Laser Cutter.....in large print, fireproof text.
>> Speaking of ZiP - the suggestion has been made that we include a blueprint
>> of Noisebridge in each quarterly issue of the zine, following on from the
>> first one, to record the evolution & transformation of the space. Sounds
>> like a great idea to me!
>> Personally I'm hoping that after a recent sustained period of much change
>> & upheaval & rearrangement things can quiet down & stay as they are for
>> awhile, mostly. I *heart* the sewing/printing/laser cutting contiguity right
>> Is the kitchen ever coming back?
>> Yr friendly neighborhood
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