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Pyrography, or wood burning or poking, is the process of creating marks on wood using a heated tool similar to a soldering iron. This process can be used to create decorative items and intricate works of art.
The Makerspace has several woodburning kits and small pieces of wood that students can use to create and expirement with.
You need to make an appointment to use this kit.
Wood Burning Glass Etching