Gallery: Dutch Engineer Uses CAD-Based Laser Program to Build Gingerbre...


Dutch engineer Johan Von Konow has created a stunning gingerbread house – but instead of using traditional techniques he used a 50W laser engraver with a simple CAD program! Johan first created an “accurate, miniature 3D representation of his summer house in a CAD program” before turning the laser onto large blocks of gingerbread. Well, it beats using simple cooking utensils.

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  1. calebcrawford December 14, 2012 at 9:35 am

    all that technology for such an unimaginative design. i sould have expected intricate etching into the surface, a stunning geometry. my kid really could do this.

  2. rnbram December 13, 2012 at 1:04 pm

    3D printing should top this in no time. Of course, such technology also can print functional guns, so Watermelons will freak out.

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