Take a look at these pictures. The red arrows are showing you the direction of the process. What is this process called?
Here is the finished keychain:
We then screwed on a screw eye on top.
To finish out product. We can give our customer a choice of either painting it for them at a cost or they do it for a lower price.
We also had someone here request a mermaid logo. We offered two choices outlined or filled in. The outline can be accomplished using Write & Draw just like you learned in Lesson 3.
The filled logo was created using the Laser Engraving option on DobotStudio.
Your custom image, whether designed by you or downloaded, must be in the JPG, BMP, or PNG format.
Here is another project idea for you that we did ourselves also. This decorative piece was also bought at a local Arts & Crafts store. It comes a small rope for wall hanging.
1st you place the piece right in the middle front of Dobot on top of the board.
Then we traced some of the markings once again so we know where to place additional pieces.
To get perfect alignment you must pay special attention to detailed measurements on DobotStudio.
When in this mode (Write & Draw) or (Laser Engraving) you will notice that you can see the arm moving (with a spot) on the screen when you use the Operation Panel. Use this tool to help you get your picture perfectly sized with your engravable object.
When alignment was good we started the engraving process. Another successful finished product that can be sold, after we took an idea, created a sketch, researched it, cost effective, designed it, and created it.
Here is one last project. We made a coaster! A simple precut board with round edges, glued some rubber bumpers, and engraved. As you are designing and creating your new product you are to fill out the handout given to you by your teacher.
- one type of custom product
- a variety of custom products