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DIY Laser T-Shirt Lace

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Instructables user blhack posted up this guide to laser-cutting lace into a t-shirt (ala Diana Eng) — that’s his sister sporting the self-cauterizing cotton/poly blend tee.

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2 Comments

  1. WHOA! Getting linked here is pretty freakin’ cool!

    Click through and read the instructable, or just check out the DXF here:

    http://thingist.com/lace.dxf

    The power/speed settings were: 50mm/s – 16watts.

  2. Awesome!! nice to get an instructable up on this.
    We tried it last year at one of our Laser Cutter classes with pretty good results …
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mauimakers/6044894766/in/set-72157627312292063/

    The source image is an E8 diagram from Garrett Lisi’s Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything (http://www.ted.com/talks/garrett_lisi_on_his_theory_of_everything.html) It also made its rounds at Maker Faire 2012 this year … worn by the same model (Garrett’s long time girl friend Crystal Jean).

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