Do you keep forgetting your loved ones' birthdays? Let us help you with our laser cut and engraved birthday calendar. We show you how to create a personalised birthday calendar.
- Colourful A3 paper
- Sticky tape
- Binding rings
Trotec laser used
- Speedy 300
- 80 watts
- 1.5 inch lens
Use the vacuum table with the honeycomb cutting tabletop.
Import the PDF file into Corel Draw and select the desired graphic (see the tabs below the working area in Corel Draw).
You will find the cover page and each month of the calendar ready to go in the file. There is also a template for you to insert individual graphics or images and create your personalised birthday calendar.
Engraving: Power: 10%, Speed: 50%, Frequency: 500 ppi, Air-Assist: ON - Advanced: Optimized Quality
Cutting: Power: 5%, Speed: 0,80%, Frequency: 1000 Hz, Air-Assist: ON
Cutting-in: Power: 2%, Speed: 0,80%, Frequency: 1000 Hz, Z-Offset: 2mm, Air-Assist: ON
Before you begin with the cutting and engraving process be sure to cover the table around your piece of paper with sticky tape and a piece of cardboard. This will ensure that the paper is properly fixed for laser cutting and engraving. Put the first piece of paper in the colour of your choice for January in the laser. Send the file for January to the laser and repeat this process with all the other months. Use different colours for every month to create a colourful calendar.
Choose the front of the cover page in CorelDraw and laser cut and engrave it in the colour of your choice.
Laser cut the back of the cover page in a color that contrasts well with the front. When you have the cover page and its back in front of you, you only need to glue them together. Use only a small amount of glue on the sides to avoid stains on the paper.
When you laser cut the cover page, deactivate Air-Assist to ensure that the little pieces (the symbols of the sign of the zodiac in the sample) do not float into the cutting path of the next symbol or letter.