Our 5W Emblaser 2 laser cutter from Darkly Labs in Australia allows cutting and engraving various materials, such as wood (up to 10mm, depending on the type of wood), fabric, plastic, paper or cardboard. We use the LightBurn software to control our Emblaser 2. One example of a design produced with the help of our laser cutter is our coin pouch – for cutting the shape and the little sewing holes. If you’d like to learn more about cutting or engraving with a laser cutter, … Read More
Summer, sun, happy people – the best conditions for an exuberant street party. And we were right in the middle of it. Over 150 colourful spinning tops were assembled, painted and tried out at our stand during the afternoon. At the same time, a laser cutter and a 3D printer tirelessly produced the supply of individual parts for the spinning tops. You could watch what astonished many young and old visitors. We met great people and really felt at home … Read More
Buying was yesterday!
Ready for the next big change in production? The People’s Factory was invited by SAP to present the People’s Factory concept to interested employees at its headquarter in Walldorf. At SAP, they call it “Plugin Session” and offers its employees the opportunity to learn about exciting topics that usually lie outside their daily work. Julien Vayssière, Vice President at SAP, was the “Theme Hunter” in this case. Among other things, he manages the SAP “ d-shops ” (developers’ shop). This is a … Read More
In industry, laser cutters have been used in various areas for some time. There are different laser cutting technologies, but the basic mode of operation is pretty much the same for all of them. The laser cutter either cuts different materials or engraves a pattern on the surface. The material is vaporised or burned. This is why the process is also called thermal cutting. In order to cut or engrave with a laser, a laser beam, starting from a laser source, is bundled … Read More
We invite you, the future independent producers, to actively contribute to the idea of a People’s Factory and to find answers to current questions together: What materials and products should People’s Factory offer? How long can a production process take? How should we regulate access and use? How should a People’s Factory be organized? Which participation models make sense? In addition to lively discussions and exchange, a look behind the scenes is always on the agenda. At each Meetup we introduce … Read More