Just for fun I decided to cut a 7 circuit labyrinth too. At this size it's actually quite flexible and the path tends to bump into itself. Scaled up it would probably hold it's strength and it would make a good trivet for pans or similar.
This is the same 5 circuit labyrinth but drawn round instead of square. I think it's a much more pleasing shape and if it is twisting like the square version it definitely shows up less. The cut out with the version is also really pretty because it's so wafer thin.
This is a 5 circuit, traditional labyrinth. I made it square cut but because it's basically one long path there is nothing holding the outer circuits in place and it started to twist. I'm actually more interested in the 1mm wide piece that came out with it though (pics after the jump).
A request from the maker faire that I forgot to post, scale model windows for a building they are making. They were initially interested in 3D printing them but the outer edge of the frame is 0.5mm thick so it's just not practical yet on the FDM printers. I knocked up a quick model at the faire and cut a few out just to prove it was possible.
Exciting things happening in the Raynsford house today, the garage door man came round to replace the large metal sheet door that barely filled the hole in the front of the house with a shiny new insulated roller door with windows. Not the cheapest of items but spending 5 minutes in there with all that natural light filling the room and it makes it totally worth it. Obviously this involved a complete upturn of the space to allow the man in to fit the door so no lasering today.