Laser-Cut Business Cards

laser cut business cards
laser cut still wraps nicely

I’ve really been saturating the blog with ear-bud wrap posts lately. This should be the last one for a while. I decided to order some laser-cut copies of the earbud-wrap business card. They were a bit expensive, but I’ve been wanting to laser-cut something for some time. I went with 2-color acrylic, and I think they turned out really well.

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5 Responses to “Laser-Cut Business Cards”

  1. Great project! Where did you get these made? How much did it cost? Thanks for sharing!

  2. Brett says:

    thanks Philippe, I got them cut at pololu.com. they were pretty expensive at ~$4 apiece shipped. definitely not viable as a real business card at that price. If I wind up wanting to make more of these I’ll probably wait until I have personal access to a laser cutter.

  3. darcy says:

    I think it would be affordable if you bought raw material and had a laser or used that laser at your local hackspace.

    You could also do these on a CNC Mill. Not really crazy quantities but that might be the cheapo way to do this.

  4. [...] that got me thinking of personally-made ear bud holders. The next one was Brett Beauregard’s business card ear bud holder. On his site, he’s got a bunch of info showing his path of creation for the design. I liked [...]

  5. jeff says:

    i’m sorry but i don’t get it. what exactly is the purpose of this “holder”?

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