About Our Kits
Our laser cut products are manufactured from various woods and laser safe plastics at varying thicknesses.
We manufacture all our own products, and we can therefore offer you customised options.
Pre-assembled kits and spare parts are available.
Your joy and pleasure in the assembly of our kits is our paramount imperative.
Every kit is tried and tested to ensure hassle free assembly.
Our instructions are designed to take you through every step, giving you the pleasure of having to build it right.
Because we manufacture all our products personally we have taken great care and great pains to ensure that each product is easy to use, build and assemble.
This product is sold as a kit.
It will require sanding, painting or staining, finishing with varnish or oil and finally assembly.
However, we offer a finishing service on this product if you would like to buy it complete. Simply select the options for your preference, and we will do the rest.
Stain Group 1 refers to the base stain option.
Stain Group 2 refers to the stain option used for the first display subject part
Stain Group 3 refers to the stain option used for the second display subject part
Please refer to the staining chart in this products image gallery for details
Product is sold in “Kit” form
Assembly will be required
You will receive the item fully assembled
Assembly will cost an additional fee
This plywood is specially formulated for laser cutting to reduce the amount of burning. The glue that holds the ply panels together does not burn black and sooty as would occur with regular plywood. We use a very light Poplar wood for 3mm and up, making plywood our cheapest option for cutting.
For less than 3mm, a stronger ply is used to increase strength and integrity of the kits, but at this size the cost is a little higher.
This product uses a clock that fits a 34mm hole.
Typically, the bezel would be 37mm, but this can differ.
The following clock inserts are available from our store:
This item is perfect for that special touch.
The base would be a great place to put a name, or special note.
Select a small font for names or other words to place on the base.
20mm or 25mm should be suitable.
A font thickness that matches the kit thickness will produce the best visual results, but any available thickness will be fine.
When you assemble the product, you would then stain (if appropriate) the letters you have selected, and affix them to the product to add that personal touch.
This desktop stand would be perfect as a pen stand.
An additional pen funnel can be selected, and would require an additional installation activity.
This may simply be cementing the pen funnel on with a suitable glue,
or drilling a hole through the base to fix the funnel in place with a screw.
Our kit instructions have been developed to specifically ensure the assembly process is smooth and understandable. Typically the instructions start off with one or more pages displaying the kit layout. Complex kits will have the parts numbered for clarity.
Each assembly step displays the part, its number, orientation, and slot or position in which it needs to be in to be assembled. We will occasionally provide a visual representation of the completed step. Where multiple parts are very similar (such as a dinosaurs rib cage or back bones), the instructions clearly identify each individual piece, and it’s installation position.
Each step, followed in sequence, will ensure the assembly completes in the correct order. You will be guided through the assembly process, whilst avoiding assembling parts by mistake or out of sequence.
You will not be left to second guess when or how a part should fit.
You can view a sample kit instruction here: