We're excited to share our first video project with you on how to make a laser cut mountain wood name sign using our laser vector files.

How to Make a Laser Cut Mountain Wood Name Sign | Glowforge Project

We’re excited to share our first video project with you on how to make a laser cut mountain wood name sign using our laser vector files.

Supplies Used to Make a Laser Cut Mountain Wood Name Sign

Watch How to Make a Laser Cut Mountain Wood Name Sign | Glowforge Project

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2 Comments

  1. Mandy on November 10, 2019 at 8:53 am

    I am looking for the link to the little sticky dots you used to hold down your lettering while you painted them

  2. M Hungsberg on January 3, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Greetings
    re: Mountain Wood Sign Tutorial
    A quick mention during video that “Kilz??” primer used to prime the snow caps. No mention of product and how to use on the blog.

    1. what is spelling of product?
    2. water or oil based?
    3. any sanding after applied?
    4. can water-based acrylic pain be applied over this primed “Kilz??” surface?
    5. can shellac be used as a primer?
    6. any other product that can be used as a primer for acrylic paints on this project?
    Thanks

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