Create a Name Label

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This lesson will introduce some basic knowledge of CO2 laser to students. Then, they will start to observe and explore the xTool 55w laser machine-P2, like how to start the machine, put the slats and plywood in right place and how to launch the official software XCS (xTool Creative Space), draw different shapes they like and set the processing parameter. After they get the wooden label, students can write their names on it with decoration, make their own name labels and hang it on their bags or anywhere.


By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Know the brief structure of P2
  • Learn how to make simple drawing in XCS
  • Put the slats and material in right place and start laser cut
  • Use basic shapes in XCS to make their own name label

Curriculum Connections Summary:

  • British Columbia - Applied Design, Skills and Technology; Math
  • Alberta - ICT
  • Saskatchewan – Math, Arts, Design Studies
  • Manitoba – Science; Career Development, Applied Math
  • Ontario – Science & Technology, Art, Communication Technology
  • Quebec – Science & Technology, English Language Arts
  • New Brunswick - English Language Arts; Visual Arts; Mathematics
  • Nova Scotia – Technology, Visual Arts, Math
  • Prince Edward Island – Visual Arts, Career and Technology, Applied Math
  • Newfoundland and Labrador - English Language Arts; Science, Production Technology
  • Yukon – Follows British Columbia curriculum standards.
  • Northwest Territories - Follows British Columbia curriculum standards.
  • Nunavut – Follows Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba curriculum standards

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xTool P2 Laser Cutter
xTool P2 Laser Cutter

Versatile and Smart Desktop 55W CO2 Laser Cutter

With its 55W laser tube, the xTool P2 can effortlessly cut through materials like wood and acrylic, offering educators powerful cutting capabilities. Enjoy the convenience of using free software like XCS and Lightburn, making it simple for educators to create laser-cutting projects without extra costs.