Building a 3D Wooden Bee with Spider X1

In this article, we will guide you through the process of creating a three-dimensional wooden bee using the Spider X1. Cut plywood to the desired shape with the Spider X1 20W. Once the cutting is done, just use glue to assemble it. Then you get an ornament that is your very own.


Step one: Download DXF File and Set Lightburn Parameters

  1. Start by downloading the DXF file for the wooden bee from the provided source.
  2. Open Lightburn on your computer and import the downloaded DXF file.
  3. Set the parameters in Lightburn according to your requirements:

– Speed: 500mm/min

– Power: 100%

– Work Mode: Line

Note: Ensure that you are using plywood of the appropriate thickness and select the corresponding file for cutting.


Step two: Remove Cut Pieces and Assemble the Bee

  1. Carefully remove the laser-cut wooden bee pieces from the plywood sheet.
  2. Lay out the pieces in the correct order to ensure proper assembly.
  3. Apply an appropriate wood adhesive or glue to the joining edges of the pieces.
  4. Press the pieces firmly together and hold them in place for a few minutes to allow the glue to bond.
  5. Repeat the gluing process for all the remaining pieces until the entire wooden bee is assembled.


By following the above steps, you can successfully create a three-dimensional wooden bee using the Spider X1. With simple assembly using wood adhesive, you can bring your creation to life. Whether for decoration or educational purposes, this wooden bee can be a fun and rewarding DIY project.


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