By laser-cutting repeating patterns into a sheet of plywood, it can be made pliable enough to bend around a corner like a sort of hinge. Laser Artisan shows off a number of hinge patterns and tests them to see which ones are most flexible. Skip to 1:37 for the bendy bits.
Time-lapse footage of one of Thunder Laser’s cutting machines as it precisely slices through a sheet of MDF plywood, gradually revealing the intricate latticework of a flat-pack model of the Eiffel Tower. We don’t really need one, but we want one of these machines in our office now.
We upgraded from a windshield-mount radar detector to a in-car system from K40 and installed by Abt Electronics. This stealthy system filters out all the false alarms, comes with a warranty against tickets, and offers optional laser defusers. More on Technabob.