It's pretty cool to watch a 3-millimeter thick sheet of birch transform into a bowl that's laser cut as one long wooden spiral.
Here's the pattern for those who already have the setup. Designed and produced at Makerspace Norway, member Gorgonaut adds:
This is a set for two different bowls- just delete the frame you don't need. They're designed for 3mm birch plywood, and should be already scaled properly. In case you still need to scale them, the file also includes a 400mm scale vector; that should help keep things simple:)
• Laser Cut Wooden (Birch) Bowl Decor - Free File (YouTube / BOSSlaser)
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