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 only 3 links that were interesting enough to make the list, but each one was is well worth a look. If you have found any that I have missed, please let me know in the comments. Enjoy.
Laser Last Week Links
- 7-20-12 – Fat Cow Restaurant Menu and Collateral – For Print Only – UnderConsideration.com – Looking for a unique idea for a restaurant? Check out the Fat Cow Restaurant in Singapore. They have laser engraved menus, business cards, beverage lists, and more. A great way to make a first impression.
- 7-16-12 – The Desktop Ballista: Shoot toothpicks into the ancient past – Kickstarter – Have you ever wanted a siege weapon? Yea, me too. Well, now is your chance. Here is a desktop Ballista (similar to a bow and arrow) that is laser engraved and cut, ready for all your desktop siege needs. They were seeking $1,600 in funding and attracted over $24,000. Kerwin Lumpkins created this great little weapon. Check him out over at Legion-10.com.
- 7-15-12 – Berlin artist brings laser etching to Chamber – Bayside Gazette – Great article about a local Maryland guy that started a laser engraving business. He merges laser engraving with numerous other techniques to create art. Very interesting.
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.