Christmas Village

Step by step guide

paper house model laser cutting

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Required material

Paper 160gr in
- white
- green
- black

Glue

Trotec laser used
  • Speedy 360
  • 80 watts
  • 1.5 inch lens
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paper model house laser cut
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Step 1: Your graphics

Import the “Christmas Village” file consisting of 6 tabs into your regular graphics software. Each tab will form your village: Houses, roofs, trees. We have used white for houses, black for roofs and green for trees. However, you can change these hues depending on the colors of your table, of course.

paper house laser settings
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Step 2: Parameters

We have used a Speedy 360 (80 W) for cutting 160-g paper. Place the paper into the machine, then use the following laser parameters:

Laser Settings

Kiss-cut: Power: 9% - Speed: 2% - Frequenzy: 1000 Hz -
Air Assist: ON - Z-Offset : 1.5
Cutting 1: Power: 9% - Speed: 2% - Frequency: 1000 Hz -
Air Assist: ON
Cutting 2: Power: 20% - Speed: 2% - Frequency: 1000 Hz -
Air Assist: ON

paper model houses laser cut
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Step 3: Assembling the pieces

Once the paper is cut, remove the various parts from the working table and assemble them. For building a house, fold and glue the walls, then add the roof. To create the trees, simply insert the two parts.

paper house laser cut
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Step 4: Tips & Tricks

  • For optimal and precise focusing, we have used the ultrasonic technology of the Speedy 360.
  • Use a black background to make the village shine
  • To illuminate the interior of houses, place a small LED candle inside
  • To make this setting magical, spray some artificial snow onto the rooftops once the village is set up… Effect guaranteed!

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