Hey everyone, happy to be back here on the blog to share this post with you all! If you’re new here, I took the dive into the world of Laser machines and I have been learning how to use my Nova 24 laser from Thunder Laser.
This machine… let me just say wow.
It has opened up so many new project possibilities for me and there are just so many things I want to make but let me share with you exactly where I am at with the Thunder Laser journey.
So I got the laser around Christmas time last year (2022) and it has been quite the learning curve. It took me a good month and half to get it up and running and to be honest with you all — I was a little intimidated but I am ashamed that I was because once I got it up and running, I quickly learned that there was nothing to be afraid of.
Not only was the setup easier than I thought it would be I had Thunder Laser Canada there to coach me the whole way through and their customer service has been next level.
You can see more about the unboxing and set up here but for today’s post, I wanted to share my first “big to me” project.
Now this project may seem simple to an experience laser user but for us beginners I am pretty proud of this one.
When it comes to a laser, I think it’s much easier to share things in video format so there will be no written out tutorial for this one but I do hope you will enjoy this video!
If you have any questions about Thunder Laser, I would be more than happy to answer them and if I can’t, I would love to put you in touch with someone from the Thunder Laser team!
Honestly, this laser is such a game changer and this sign is only the beginning. Follow along because you’re not going to want to miss what I have planned!