Welcome to Laser Last Week where we explore some of the new information being published around the web dealing with laser engraving and assorted services. The focus is on the unique and remarkable, not the mass produced commodity. This week there were 4 links that were interesting enough to make the list. If you have found any that I have missed, please let me know in the comments. Enjoy.
Laser Last Week Links
- 6-30-12 - Free Webinar – “How to Use Laser Cuts in Print Design” - PaperSpecs – If you are interested in print design, here is a free webinar open to the public that will talk about laser cutting, equipment, designs, visual impact, and a whole lot more. Can’t make it to the webinar? Sign up anyway and access the replay after the fact.
- 6-29-12 - FDA approves laser technology for etching citrus fruit – The Produce News – An update from the previous link, according to The Produce News, the FDA has approved laser engraving for citrus fruit. I look forward to seeing more laser engraving in local markets very soon.
- 6-25-12 - FDA may allow laser etching for citrus – Western Farm Press – Do you ever wonder about the little stickers that are put on fruit? Are they necessary? Following some University of Florida research, the FDA is considering replacing those stickers with laser engraving, allowing officials to easily identify fruit that may have safety concerns as well as making some consumers happier. Interesting article. Have you seen any laser engraved citrus fruits in your local markets?
- 6-25-12 - The Ladybug Inlay Kit – Kallenshaan Woods – If you are ever looking for a unique pen and like the DIY route, Kallenshaan Woods will amaze you. Here is a wood pen kit featuring two lady bugs. The work they do is amazing. Check them out and share the link with all your woodworking friends.
I hope you learned something about laser engraving today and how it can be used. What was your favorite link? Leave a comment and let me know.