Thursday, May 19, 2016

Cheese Board Set

This tutorial shows you how to create a customized cheese board set with dry erase cheese markers.

Required material:
§  wood cutting board
§  1.6mm white ADA material
§  dry erase marker

Suitable laser machines:
Speedy 100, Speedy 300,
Speedy 400, SP500

Trotec laser used:
Speedy 300, 120 watts, 2.0 inch lens

Step 1 - Preparation
Gather your materials and the names and date of the people getting married

Step 2 - Adjust Graphic
Open the cheese board graphic file in your graphics program and add the first names of the wedding couple and the wedding date at the bottom of the page.  Use any font you like.  Resize the image to fit on your cutting board and send it to the laser.

Step 3 - Laser Settings
Cutting Board
 Power: 100% - Speed: 40% - Frequency: 500 ppi - Air Assist: ON
ADA material Cutting: Power: 40% - Speed: 3% - Frequency: 1000 Hz - Air Assist: ON

Step 4 - Cleaning & Assembly
Clean the cheese Board and Cheese Markers with soap and water.  Package the set together with a dry erase marker.


§  Make sure that the plastic used is glossy so that the names of the cheeses are easily erasable. 

To create your very own cheese board set you can download the .pdf template from the following link :


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