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Laser Cut Wasp Project

Laser Cut Wasp Project

Posted in Laser Cutting by Zap! Creatives on Aug 16th, 2016

We have been working on lots of Laser Cutting Projects lately to showcase our awesome Laser Cutting Services. There is SO much you can do with this service, the possibilities are endless! We've created coasters, placemats, bunting, this badass wasp and MORE. These projects can be seen over on our Pinterest page, and we're going to be adding to this every week. Keeping checking back to keep up to date with our fun projects.

What is laser cutting and how does it work?

To ensure the best quality finish to our products as possible, we use a laser cutting device to make our products. A laser cutter works on materials such as wood and acrylics – the different designs and shapes that we can make is plentiful. Working with a computer terminal, the cutter is able to finely cut any shape you can create – making it perfect to use in the business of custom design!

How we created our totally badass Wasp...

We used a tutorial by Mutsuki to create this wasp, and we tweaked the design slightly to make it look more wasp-like. Our yellow and black acrylics are such a vibrant pairing for this project, don't you agree?

Instead of having cut out sections on the wings, we decided to engrave these details onto our clear acrylic using our medium vector engraving setting. (R: 0 G: 0 B: 255)

The design is cut and then assembled following the instructions in the tutorial. It's super easy to follow, and it's such great fun piecing together the puzzle. 



We have many more products that you can design yourself, so please feel free to browse around our website and see what catches your eye. Whatever you need designing – we will be sure to go that extra mile for you.

Here at Zap Creatives we provide quality laser cutting for whatever your creative mind can come up with. For more information on our services, please give us a call on 01642 244422 or you can e-mail us at


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