Yes. I wasn’t paying attention on how he did it, but somehow Danny put an contour cut line around the whole design. All I know is I was talking to hubby. When I turned around there was a pink outline around the design and Danny asked if I wanted it cut out. I said yep and it worked. Damn distracting hubby lol.
Happy CakeDay @kittski!
All he did was click on the area outside of the doggie. It adds a cutline. (Yep…that easy.)
Wonderful! I got to see the results in person too - so cool.
It’s lovely to see my puzzles featured so prominently on Marion’s table!
@dannyc ? (Customer satisfaction team…reviewed our work on the Training Team stuff.)
Hi lol we have a lot of Dan’s, Danny’s, Daniel’s at our office. Official count is at 5. Plus we also have a Dane
I sneakily clicked the space outside of your design. This created the cut line in pink!
It’s pure madness how quickly you can create cuts using Trace.
So if I already had a design on a piece of wood and waned to cut it out (slight offset outline). then I could “scan” it with the Glowforge ™ turn off the engrave design and click outside to make a cut outline?
Ah. I thought that was more of the Wanka man himself
LOL, nope, not the head Wanka. It was Dannyc. (Wait, if Dan is Wanka, does that make Danny and the others Loompas?)
Dammit! I’m out of “likes”.
Hiya Dannyc! Admittedly I had to scroll through all GF team pics to find the right Danny. There was no last name, so I was hoping someone would speak up. Glad you saw the post Danny, thanks for the help! The cut line trick is very cool BTW. So much easier than doing it yourself.
It’s going to cut right up against the edge if you do that. If you want to offset the cut there are tutorials for it for all 3 of the major 2D vector programs here:
Hi (again) @kittski!!! It was such a pleasure. I’m so glad that you brought your own artwork and that it was that easy. Your "bad a**"bunnies were my favorite!
That is awesome, thanks for posting! And happy cakeday!!!
I think that should work, yes. You could also resize the outline that you created before printing it if you wanted it to be a bit bigger (note: this would be a resize, not an offset).
Cool design. Thanks for the glimpse!
What a fantastic first print. That Day of the Dead dog is wonderful. Lovely work!