Let's See Your Coasters




These are all leather, 3.2 - 3.8mm, cost about $10/sqft if buying 1/2 of cow hide, Etsy. D&D hide was purchased with that nice durable finish, the other two are Natural veg oil finish ok to stain or oil. The MC coasters are finished with a couple coats of neatsfoot oil. 10000mm/m is about max spd for my laser, the etching is lighter and shallower of course, but still durable and good. Laser is Neje A40640, dual diode about 15w output.

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Made some coasters from 3 mm white spray painted MDF
with holder for it.





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slick… :+1:

Beer Table made from skids in Garage
Family photos on white ceramic Tiles




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Nice to see you again Nicky!!

Could you share where you found these round mirror coasters? These look like something I can do.

4" Round mirrors on Amazon. I got the cork backers there too. They are a little smaller which works out well. I think I bought the mirrors 50 at a time. Just gotta not slam your drinks down or they can break. The cork will hold them together though.

I guess this means be careful what you serve your guests. :grin:

Thanks for the info!


These are some of the ones I do. The 2 small tile examples are for a lady who fits 4 of them together and glues them to felt to form a larger single coaster. The “Can I Help” is one of a set I made for a friend who is a Pastor.

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boom shaka laka
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Not the best but my first run with slate

That is some pretty good detail, especially in the logo.

I cannot find the AtomStack P7 M50 machine. What is the Laser output? Can you share the speed mm/min and power% you used for this one?

I assume a P7 platform with an M50 laser module.

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I did too, but I did not see it on the AtomStack website.

Thanks for that :blush: yes its a p7 with the m50 laser module i bought the m50 laser module off amazon n just switched them out

The settings i used were 3000 spd 60% power

Set of ten and box I made for a friend in birch plywood and a single 3D 2 layer in 1/4" redwood I milled from downed heritage tree in La Honda, CA, when I still lived there. I brought some planks 1" x 12" x 48" of old growth redwood with me when I retired.



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that a boy chris !!! you did good !!

A few samples

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Not quite finished project yet but the engraving is done :blush:


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