I've used different, local Norwegian companies to create my parts before. Laser cutting acrylic and stainless steel, acrylic sheet bending and water jet aluminum cutting. So why is RazorLAB such a big step forward? Latest parts delivered from RazorLAB. They explain up-front what you need to do. Limitations, examples, howto's, templates, etc. (links). No email … Continue reading Creating with RazorLAB: From idea to laser-cut parts
Found them together with the acrylic ones from previous post. Inspired by bees/wasps eyes and armor. Made two pairs. Was used as accessories at a fashion show. Here are some more pictures and a little info on how they were made (Norwegian).
Since last blog post about becomming a purse designer I've continued with idea #2. First task was to decide on proportions for the purse and all the different parts. That was last friday. Today I've been working on the hinges, connectiong the two parts that form the outer shell. Not sure yet, but I might … Continue reading Designing purses, part 2
After years of fumbling with a hobby project of mine, I finally got at it a couple a days ago. I started a little dream, designing womens purses. It's not important that it is just womens purses, but that particular accessory has a couple of important success criteria. The most important parts of the idea … Continue reading Hobby: Designing womens purses