Follow our template to create a point of sale display for your pens. Simply adapt the dimensions to suit your pens and begin production.
The materials used in this tutorial can be purchased from our engraving supplies webshop.
- Cut the MDF on the aluminum cutting grid table. For the acrylic, use the acrylic laser cutting grid table or the acrylic slat cutting table
- The elliptic shape beneath the rectangle helps you to compensate thickness variations in the material. The elliptical shape makes the slot more flexible.
Import our design into your preferred graphic program and adpat it to suit your requirements.
|Process mode||Resolution||Cut line|
|Black & White|
- We used the standard laser parameters from JobControl® optimised for speed
- You can download the material parameters for JobControl® on our website
Cut all parts of the MDF using the acrylic laser cutting grid table. Once complete cut and engrave the acrylic using either the acrylic cutting grid or the acrylic slat cutting table to avoid back reflections on the material. The final step is to cut the letters out of TroLase Lights.
|Material||Colour||Process||Power (%)||Speed (%)|
|TroLase Lights||red||Cut CO2||17||2|
Clean all laser cut and engraved pieces using a damp cloth. Glue the two MDF parts together and add the acrylic piece on top. It is important to make sure that all pieces are positioned precisely on top of each other. Use an angle stop if necessary to avoid the parts moving. Next, remove the backing material of the TroLase lights and stick them onto the acrylic. Finally, insert the stands into the slots at the back of the display.
To achieve different effects you can laser engrave directly onto the acrylic.