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Other than that, I've seen tutorials on YouTube where they cut glass with a Dremel with a diamond bit, so that may be a possibility. It may be easier to use acrylic mirror (i.e. plexiglass) instead of glass, but I don't really have any experience with cutting either one.
Another option is to cut the shape out of whatever material you want and use something like this as the reflective surface: https://www.amazon.com/12x78Chrome-Mirr ... 0792190210
Just thinking out loud, I would probably need to cut the nonreflective side as the reflective side would scatter the laser beam. I would cut as many as would fit on the sheet of material if you want. I think the sheet would need to be no bigger than 18 X 30.
Here is a sample of something I had done at this shop. I play a miniatures tank game and needed a place to keep my stuff. I made this box and used the laser to etch the wood on the cover. The trays were also laser cut from heavy cardstock.
Does anyone have an email for the owner of the Etsy site with the anti-mesmerizer?
I've just seen he is located in Sydney Australia, so wanted to get in touch re his wonderful Bat props...
Thanks for any help.
Tried to get in contact with Sly via the Etsy link, but the link is now coming up with a message 'no longer available'.
Can anyone who has previously purchased from him please PM me an email contact? Much appreciated.