A paper battery holder for coin cell batteries (CR2032 and CR2016).
- Card stock or neoprene-like fabric
- Conductive copper tape
- 3V coin cell battery
The idea was to design a ring which gives the impression that the material is folded paper. The following pictures documents the design process; the paper proofs and the rhino file.
This is an origami tesselation with LEDs behind it. The paper was prepared with the lasercutter, and then manually creased.
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This project is born from the idea to give a second life to paper (or other materials) through embossing (creating three-dimensional design or image on paper). I'm exploring the possibility of creating embossing molds with different materials in the Fablab and find possibilites to create graphics, textures, cuts to give a new purpose to paper and other materials.
In this case, I've created a mold with compact cardboard which can be used to emboss on different types of paper.
We started our company a little while ago and where looking for a different method to produce some businesscards. This was our first test run, and we really like the outcome of this experiment.
Laser engraved on black cardboard, it gives a really nice contrast and a some idea of how this process works.
by Bodil Jane Kleipool
I've designed this bra for a fashion project about flowers and plants. My greatest inspiration came from the paper flower hats shown in the Summer Spring Collection 2009 of Chanel. I've tried to make the paper look like lace as much as I could. Cutting out the patterns by hand took me quite a long time so i'm very happy that I could use the lasercutter at the Fablab.
Middle of may i worked with the vinyl cutter, cutting rectangulars out of paper. This I have done already half a year ago and then everything went fine.
But this time a problem occured: at the second turn while making a rectangular the machine would not cut the edge sharp. it made at every rectangular a bow at the secund turn.
the first 5 rectangulars on the page would go fine but then after the knife would go more to the right of the machine it got less accurate (after +/- 15 cm from the left side of the machine).
Supplier of micro-corrugated board. 1.5mm thin, very light and sturdy. Perfect for laser-cut architectural models.