CNC Router!

  Always looking to expand our capabilities, we recently purchased a large bed CNC router, 50”x110”x12”, and it is now residing in our wood shop. However, before it was up and running to our standards there was some rebuilding required. Our first endeavor was fabricating a suitable enclosure to rehouse all of its electrical components. […]

Tsinghua University Sign

How do you recreate a multilayered multilingual multi-material sign from halfway across the world? You call Fremont Laser + Design. For Tsinghua University’s new exchange program with the University of Washington they ventured to build a recreation of part of their Beijing campus in Bellevue. Working with local furniture maker and installation house Creoworks, we […]

Precision Watch Part

We recently got the opportunity from a private client to recreate a precision watch part in a new material. The part was to be a reproduction of a since-discontinued threaded nut made originally from red plastic but now only available in stainless steel. We began the process by taking precise measurements to determine profile dimensions […]

We’re Moving!

Moving To Fremont! You heard it here first! We’re moving to Fremont, from Fremont! A bigger building, a different address, and all in the same great neighborhood. If you’ve spoken with any of us recently, or for that matter been in the shop, you know that a bigger space has been on our minds for […]

Lichtenburg Figures

Lichtenburg Figures – a.k.a. Lighting Engraving Research and Development | High Voltage | Transformer | Wood After experimenting with one of our new 12kV transformers to make a Jacob’s Ladder, we tried re-purposing them to create the shockingly beautiful Lichtenburg Figures. While the method of generating Lichtenburg Figures has been pioneered by many before us, […]