The First Episode Of Our New Making Show – Laser Cut Acrylic

We’re starting a line of tutorial videos this year! Check out our first video below about making laser cut acrylic accessories with our talented Studio Manager Randa! Give it a view and tell us what you think!

THE SHOW

Making Made Easy is a Making Show focused on Laser Cutting, Laser Engraving, 3D Printing, and UV Printing. In this episode we’ll provide some tips for working with acrylic to make laser cut rings.

This process can be used to make other accessories. You can make earrings and necklaces just by simply getting hoops and chains to bind them together. Make a few of these accessory pieces and you’ll be ready to create a Laser Cut Acrylic Jewelry Stand.

We have many more projects in the works! If you have an idea of what we should make next feel free to comment below or send us an email!

ABOUT US

Factory eNova is striving to become the easiest to use “maker studio” in Orange County, California. Our goal is to give artists, designers, engineers, makers, and entrepreneurs access to new equipment and the knowledge to use it.

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CREDITS

Location: Factory eNova (@factoryenova)
www.factoryenova.com

Host/Hand Model: Randa Zogheib (@peppermintdawn)
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PeppermintDawn

Writer/Videographer/Editor: Dannie Phan (@dannie_phan)
https://www.donegeemedia.com & https://www.bergwindgroup.com

Music: “Carefree” by Kevin MacLeod (@kmacleod)
http://incompetech.com/

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