- 1/8" acrylic
Trotec laser used
- Speedy 300
- 60 watts
- 2.0 inch lens
- Use the 2.0" lens for an accurate cut quality
- We used Evonik's PLEXIGLAS® Radiant
Step 1: Laser cut the acrylic lamp
Open the template file for this extraordinary piece of furniture and send it to the laser. Select your favourite colour and start cutting the acrylic. The laser parameters may vary, as they depend on the machine used and the available laser power.
To fit in the socket of the light bulb, emboss the edge with cutting lines. This is an alternative to engraving the area. Thanks to the defocussing, the laser beam is wider and the cutting lines overlap. That's how the "engraving effect" can be done with cutting lines.
Used cutting parameters:
Power: 100%, Speed: 0.7%, Frequency: 9000 Hz, Air Assist: On
Power: 60%, Speed: 1%, Frequency: 9000 Hz, Air Assist: On, Z-offset: 3 mm
Step 2: Assemble the acyrlic lamp
Assembling the acrylic lamp is easy. The assembling instruction helps.