Geeksmithing Electronics,Laser Cutting Making an Edge Lit Sign

Making an Edge Lit Sign

In this video I show you how to make awesome custom Edge Lit LED Signs using a CHEAP laser cutter!
This tutorial uses Inkscape for the graphic design and K40 Whisperer for controlling the laser engraver, which in this case is a K40 Laser Cutter!

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