The geometric shapes gives a creative and modern way to show off your postcards or photos. With this project you can be creative and design any geometric shape you can think of. Get crafting using our Dremel 3000 and range of accessories to engrave an inspirational design to your board.
Let's go - step by step
Materials needed and Measure circle
The first circle should measure out to have a 30 cm diameter. Tie one end of the string around the awl and the other side around the pencil to give a 15 cm radius. Then draw the 30 cm circle using the pencil onto the pine wood.
Next draw a 25cm circle within the 30cm circle.
Paint the 25cm circle.
Cut circle out
Use a clamp to secure the wood, use the multipurpose cutting kit to cut out the 30 cm circle.
Sand the edges of the circle using a sanding band.
Marking drill holes
Using a pencil, mark holes on the wood for where you will drill through to put the thin rope through. Consider the geometric shaping you would like to achieve here.
Drill through the holes that were marked with a pencil using the Drill bit (150).
Using an Awl or a sharp pencil trace the design onto the wood using the carbon paper
Peel the design back slowly and check that the design printed onto the wood. If not go over the design with more pressure.
Use the 190 or 191 to engrave the traced template
Thread the rope through the drilled holes to make a geo-metric shape. Ensure to tighten rope so it will hold the post-cards.
Knot the rope and finalize the project
On the back of your design tie the rope in a knot to secure the rope.
Once you knot the rope you are finished!