Vol. 2 No. 3 (2023): December Special Issue of The QUEST: Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

Improvised Pyrography Designer Kit

Arnel Gamit
Pasion Billie Jack
2Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology

Published 12/30/2023


  • Pyrography, Designer Kit, Accessibility

How to Cite

Gamit, A., & Billie Jack , P. (2023). Improvised Pyrography Designer Kit. The QUEST: Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 2(3). https://doi.org/10.60008/thequest.v2i3.125


Pyrography, an ancient art form, has experienced a resurgence due to DIY culture and the introduction of various kits. The Improvised Pyrography Designer Kit is an innovative tool that offers enthusiasts the opportunity to explore creativity and enhance woodburning abilities. This art form, which involves creating intricate designs on wood surfaces using heated tools, has gained popularity for its therapeutic benefits. However, limited access to suitable materials poses challenges for beginners and those with developmental needs.

The kit caters to various skill levels and combines traditional artistry with contemporary tools and materials. Research on heat-modified wood (TMW) explores its impact on wood stability and durability, addressing the science behind pyrography. Pyrography's non-erasable and paint-resistant nature allows for high visualization and planning, making it a specialized medium for artistic expression.

The "Improvised Pyrography Designer Kit" development focuses on accessibility and user satisfaction, offering adjustable temperature settings, interchangeable tips, diverse wooden surfaces, safety equipment, and an instructional guide. The research methodology involves a sampling procedure using online platforms and academic institutions to gather diverse participant groups, including Sumacab Elementary School's Technology and Livelihood Education program participants.

The Enhanced Pyrography Designer Kit plays a transformative role in industrial arts education, catering to various skill levels, facilitating hands-on learning, and empowering teachers and students in the realm of pyrography. The design phase involves systematic critical studies to enhance the kit's features, providing a conceptual design through orthographic and isometric projections. The development phase emphasizes prototyping as a crucial component of product development, ensuring improved decision-making, learning, and communication.

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