Complete your Laser Essentials. Without this you cannot move farward and use the machines.
Download the template file and draw what you want to cut.
Set up the Digital Machines Template file for the machine you want to use. Place each process onto the correct layer of the Template file
Book the machine you want to use. Remeber they are not all the same size and they cut different materials.
Arrive 5 minutes early, wait outside the Laser Lab. Cut you parts and take them home for assembly.
Once you understand what a laser cutter is and what it can do, you will be able to design your 7's challenge.
To complete the Essentials you must create a small plaque called a 7's challenge.
Using the template file design your 7's challenge, and set it out ready for cutting.
Test the knowledge you have gained and submit your 7's challenge for checking and approval. Once approved you will be able to book the practical.
Once you have your template files checked. Watch the video on how to use the machine. Take notes.
You will be asked to cut your 7's Challenge unassisted. Once you have proven you can safley use the machine. You will have passed.
If this button is greyed out then your 7's challenge has not yet been approved. We aim to contact you with 24 hours of submitting your 7's challenge. Please be patient.
If you are not able to book a slot (greyed out button) and you have completed your Laser Essentials last term or earlier, please contact us at Lasers@fabricationlab.london
Materials are purchased directly in the Laser Lab when you come to cut, to check the stock please refer to the Laser Lab materials list.
Can cut almost all the material we stock except 4mm plywood.
A smaller bed size than Zaha and Liz.
The largest laser cutter we have and the most powerful.
Does not cut MDF. Takes longer to extract so the time between jobs is longer.