Creating a laser-engraved display for the 2018 CN Tower Climb

We were delighted to return as a sponsor of the 28th annual WWF-Canada CN Tower Climb for Nature! This year’s climb took place April 7th and 8th at the historic Toronto landmark, raising over $1.44 million dollars for conservation – the most successful climb ever!

Thirteen teammates from TPH locations across Ontario as well as TPH Head Office came together to raise over $5,000 towards WWF-Canada’s efforts to support a future where nature thrives. Thank you to everyone who helped us reach our fundraising goal!

As part of our partnership, we had a booth on location for both days of the event. This year, we wanted to create something extra special, incorporating the beauty of nature into an interactive print piece for participants to enjoy.  

The end result was a unique, laser-cut and laser-engraved wooden art piece showcasing an image of a tree. The 84” x 60” display was created using 23.5” x 11.5” wooden boards made of birch, cherry and walnut. 

Each piece was laser-cut and etched with part of the image, and then assembled by hand to form the finished piece.

The panels were then hung from metal hooks on a custom frame made of trim board, plywood and cardstock.

This was such a fun project for us to work on, and a beautiful way to celebrate our partnership with WWF-Canada. Keep an eye out for our state-of-the-art laser cutting and laser engraving services, which will be available to help you create your own custom projects very soon! 

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