Create your own file or use our already created template to make an awesome counter display. Simply adapt the dimensions to the ones you need and start production.
You can find these engraving materials on our material webiste.
- Speedy 400
- 100 Watt
- 2" lens
For this sample you can use a Speedy 360 or Speedy 400 laser machine from the Speedy laser engraver series.
- Cut the MDF on the aluminum cutting grid table. For the acrylic, use the acrylic cutting grid table for or the acrylic slat cutting table
- The elliptic shape beneath the rectangle helps you to compensate for variations of thickness in the material. The elliptical shape makes the slot more flexible.
Step 1: Import/create design template
Import the design into your graphic program and change it according to your requirements.
|Process mode||Resolution||Cut line|
|Black & White|
Step 2: Laser process
Cut all parts out of MDF using the aluminum cutting grid table. Next, cut and engrave the acrylic on the acrylic cutting grid table or the acrylic slat cutting table to avoid back reflections on the material. Finally, cut the letters out of TroLase Lights.
|Material||Color||Process||Power (%)||Speed (%)|
|TroLase Lights||red||Cut CO2||17||2|
- We used the standard laser parameters from JobControl® optimized for speed
- The material parameters of JobControl® can be downloaded from www.troteclaser.com
Step 3: Post-processing
Clean the marks on the parts using a cloth. Glue the two MDF parts together and add the acrylic piece on top. Make sure that all pieces are positioned precisely on top of each other. Use an angle stop if necessary to avoid shifting of the parts. Next, glue the letters made of TroLase Lights to the acrylic. Finally, insert the stands into the slots at the back of the display.
Instead of the adhesive letters, you can directly engrave on the acrylic.