Not one to do things by halves, The Beardless Man's first ever laser cut project was a scale replica of a Nintendo Game Boy with interchangeable game cartridge dioramas.
Starting with the measurements of a Game Boy cartridge and console, He then worked out how many layers of 3mm plywood it would take to make each element and set to work drawing the individual parts. Where possible, he found images online and used Inkscapes "trace bitmap" to create vector paths.
Initially, whilst the cartridge was interchangeable, the diorama was fixed in the Game Boy. After a suggestion from a follower, he then altered the models so that the diorama would be attached to the cartridge. At this point, he also laser cut some acrylic jigs to help with keeping all the pieces properly aligned during the glue up.