The machine used for this project was a 60-watt Helix. We've included settings below, but you may need to adjust based on your laser system and wattage.
First, open the file sc_card_layer1.cdr. and insert your first layer of paper (ours was green.) To score a neat fold, we used the following settings to create a lightly perforated line through the card: Speed: 60% Power: 10% Frequency: 10
Next, open sc_card_layer2.cdr and insert your second layer of paper (we used silver.) Cut the snowflakes from the paper using the following settings: Speed: 70% Power: 60% Frequency: 200.
Please note since the silver paper is fairly thick, you can simply wipe off any small burn marks you may get from cutting.
Lastly, open sc_card_layer3.cdr and insert your paper (we chose red for this layer because it was best for engraving purposes.) This is the only layer that contains both cuts and engraving marks. Use the following settings for engraving: Speed: 80%, Power: 8%. And use these settings to make your cut: Speed: 70% Power: 60% Frequency: 200
To assemble your card, center each piece to your liking and glue together layers 2 and 3. Once dry, glue that layer to the base layer and your card is complete.