Superhero Power Plant

by adafruit, published

Superhero Power Plant by adafruit Oct 2, 2013


Channel your inner Tony Stark by building your own electronic wearable reactor this Halloween!

Full guide and video: learn.adafruit.com/superhero-power-plant/

Includes classic and v3 reactor designs in Illustrator and Corel Draw formats. Vector designs by Dano Wall for Adafruit Industries. Vice photo by John de Cristofaro.

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What file would need to be converted if I wanted to use this in a 3d printer?

2mm works well.


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Inking the engraved portion with a dry erase marker really brings out the detail. We layer two of these together, wrapping wire through the provided holes and indents to hold them together.

Hairline features are vector cuts, everything else is engraved.
Our settings, using a 60W Epilog laser:
Raster speed 50%, raster power 50%, vector speed 40%, vector power 100%, vector frequency 5000

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elefort on Dec 12, 2013 said:

What file would need to be converted if I wanted to use this in a 3d printer?

Anonymous on Oct 16, 2013 said:


MDFast1 on Oct 5, 2013 said:

What thickness acrylic did you use?

bethjaneway on Oct 29, 2013 said:

2mm works well.