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Laser Engraving-Wooden Card Holder

May 31, 2024


Let’s make a wooden card holder! Drill a hole in this wood plank and secure a screw to clamp down cards with reminders, to-do lists, or any other written content. The laser engraver allows you to customize designs and text on the holder itself. When not in use to display notes, your personalized patterns turn it into a decorative desk accessory.

Machine Used

Odin 20 30w

Material Needed

  • a wood plank
  • a screw


  • Engraving Speed:1500mm/s
  • Engraving Power:60%
  • Hatch Type: bidirectional
  • DPI:500DPI

Step 1

Import the file into LightBurn, adjust the size, position, and settings. Check out to ensure everything is in order.
wooden card holder 1

Step 2

wooden card holder 2
Once everything is set, click ‘Print’ to initiate your laser machine’s operation.

Come and Try!

Imagine drilling pilot holes and carefully threading the screw into the pre-engraved plank. As you tighten it down, the laser-etched grooves crisply reveal your chosen motifs underneath. Perhaps you opted for a motivational phrase surrounded by nature illustrations? Or maybe monogrammed initials encircled by intricate borders?

Whether holding urgent handwritten reminders or not, this customized wood piece laser-carved with your imprint is certain to spruce up any desktop while introducing subtle personal character.

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