This could be interesting: The Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (formerly known as the Powerhouse) is offering members a chance to go on ‘basement tours’ and see objects not normally on display. These entertaining small-group tours will showcase the extraordinary treasures in our archive collection: from a costume worn by Johnny O’Keefe to Mawson’s Antarctic sledge […]
The company has now announced the release of their brand new website and online store, www.darklylabs.com, which means anyone can now buy their own desktop laser-cutter kit.
The Lazerblade has been renamed the Emblazer and comes in two sizes: the A4 kit sells for A$836 (plus GST) while the A3 size is A$1029 (plus GST). Why on earth an Australian site lists the prices ex-GST is a mystery, by the way. It’s also a bit of a mystery why it requires 4-6 weeks after ordering before you can expect delivery.
Quibbles about pricing to one side, this is a really exciting product. Sadly I can’t find any reviews of it in action, but on the manufacturer’s materials and promises it’d be a great addition to any maker’s arsenal. Tempting…