Perpetual calendar made from wood and engraving plastic

Create individual perpetual calendars using wood and engraving plastic.

laser cut wooden calendar


Required material
  • Veneer Bamboo 3 mm (119799) - 1 sheet for the back
  • TroLase 0.8 mm (L204-203) - 4 quarter sheets for the calendar sheets
  • Screws (diam. 5 mm, 20 mm long) with butterfly nut - 2 pieces
Laser machine used

Use a honeycomb cutting table to achieve the best cutting and engraving results.


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Step by Step

Step 1

Step 1: Import/create design template

Import our designs into your graphic program and adapt it according to your requirements.

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Step 2

Step 2: Laser processing

Position the material on the laser table and cover the rest of the engraving area for optimum exhaust performance. Send the wood job  and then the four TroLase jobs to the laser machine.


500 dpi resolution
Cutting: 100% power, 0.7% speed, 1000 ppi, air assist on


500 dpi resolution
Engraving (black): 35% power, 30% speed, 600 ppi, air assist on, z-offset +1 mm, HQ mode (advanced material settings)
Cutting (red): 2.5% power, 0.5% speed, 1000 Hz, air assist on, z-offset +2 mm
Cutting (blue): 25% power, 2% speed, 1000 ppi, air assist on, z-offset  +2 mm
Cutting (cyan): 50% power, 2% speed, 1000 ppi, air assist on


Select the following options in JobControl® to get perfect cutting results.

  • Optimised geometries
  • Inner geometries first
  • Engraving from bottom to top reduces the cleaning of the engraved and cut materials
Step 3

Step 3: Post-processing

Once you have finished the laser process, clean the TroLase material with water. Then use two binding screws to fix the calendar sheets and mount the calendar to a wall.

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