Mandala nine layer


(Diep Nguyen) #1

A little mess up when glue all nine layer together.
Files from etsy.


(Allen Massey) #2

Looks perfect to me. Do you have the etsy Link, I may try one.


(Diep Nguyen) #3

There are another design here too.
https://www.etsy.com/search?q=mandala%20laser%20cut


(Allen Massey) #4

Thanks, those are some really nice designs.


(Diep Nguyen) #5

I think, design from A+ is better because it has side locker too.


(Anders Troberg) #6

How do you glue it together? With all those tiny parts, isn’t it a pain in the butt to spread the glue, and won’t it squeeze out, because that’s a problem I have when I do multi-layer stuff.


(Doug Fisher) #7

What is a side locker? Do you mean the enclosed frame?


(Doug Fisher) #8

Since it has an enclosed frame and specifies plywood, I was wondering if you could just let the layers of plywood “float” unglued within the frame. The only time I have made these I have just used thick cardstock. Wood warping due to expansion and contraction from changes in heat and humidity would be my worry. If you are going to glue, it seems like you would need to glue every bit of surface to prevent warping. Hopefully others who have actually made these out of wood will jump in and share their real-world experience.


(Diep Nguyen) #9

Yes, sorry my English.


(Diep Nguyen) #10

It’s not a tiny part, it’s layer and i don’t need to glue whole layer, just some area. Glue one layer with another one and wait for them to dry, add next layer.


(Anders Troberg) #11

Ah, so it’s just me being OCD and wanting to apply glue to the entire surface…