handling information

Our laser-cut products are sold as kits.
That means that they require assembly and come unpainted.
Miniatures and other products, such as paints, shown in the pictures are not included and only shown for scale purposes. 

Wooden sheets:

Remove the tape, it is there to protect the pieces during transport.

FOR BIRCHPLYWOOD: If you want to have a smoother surface, we suggest to carefully sand the wood with a fine grit sandpaper before removing the pieces from the frame. Do not use wet sandpaper, as it will damage the wood.

Carefully take out all cut pieces from the protective frame. In rare occasions, some lines may not be fully cut through. This is due to slight variations in thickness of the plywood mainly, as this is a natural product. In this case, use a sharp Exacto knife and carefully cut along the existing lines.

Check that all pieces are there. Lightly sand the borders if needed for better fit or if you don’t like the brownish edges from the cutting.

Don’t throw any pieces away until you know for certain that they are not needed. Sometimes a piece that looks as if it is useless is needed later in the process of assembly.

Check fit & function before gluing. We suggest to use high quality wood glue for all wooden pieces. Spread the glue thin and evenly across the parts to be glued. Remove excess glue with a slightly wet towel. Let the glue fully harden between each assembly step. Use rubber bands or clamps to hold pieces in place during glue drying times.

 

Acrylic Sheets:

Remove the blue film, it is there to protect the pieces during transport.

Carefully take out all cut pieces from the protective frame. In rare occasions, some lines may not be fully cut through. In this case, use a sharp Exacto knife and carefully cut along the existing lines.

During cutting with the laser, we leave the original protective film on the material. This is done to prevent hazing from stray laser light on the acrylic. Carefully remove this film everywhere. Best to use your fingernails. Don’t use a blade or other sharp object, as you will scratch the acrylic. Remove glue residue with lighter fuel and a soft cloth. DO NOT use Turpentine or other chemicals, these can melt the acrylic.

Check that all pieces are there. Lightly sand the borders if needed for better fit or if you don’t like the edges from the cutting. For acrylic, you can use a very fine wet sandpaper to get a smooth finish, but some hazing may remain.

CAUTION: Superglue can cause hazing on the acrylic. Wood glue will not haze, but also not hold. Use a type of glue that is meant for gluing acrylic to other materials to prevent this.

 
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