A few nice online machining images I found:
OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue)
Image by Enokson
Here’s the sign for our OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue computer).
The lettering and arrow, made using a Cricut machine, were affixed to a glass panel separating the library from an adjacent pathway to the adjoining computer lab.
(TIPS: We used a hot glue gun to glue the lettering to the glass. Hot glue is great for affixing items to glass as it usually pulls of quite easily. The pieces that don’t pull off come off with a flick of a paint scraper. Residue comes off easily with window cleaner.
For items you’d like to use again, put a piece of heavy bookbinding tape on the back, and use hot glue only on those areas. This will protect your item from damage when you take it down.)
Grungy Blue Metal
Image by GrungeTextures
Surface of grungy blue metal.
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