I searched the forums for cocobolo, found a pen stand (with a cocobolo pen) and references saying it was a bear to work with.
I LOVE cocobolo, although I feel I have to sacrifice a band saw blade each time I bring it into the shop.
I am trying to use it on the glowforge with mixed success. I have .20 inch thick cocobolo, it almost cuts it, but does not make it through the growth rings.
I am cutting out turtles to use as bowtie joints on a table, I LOVE how cocobolo polishes, and contrasts most woods.
If anyone has successful settings/thickness I would love to hear it.
I am trying 125 speed, Full power, 2 passes, with masking tape to limit the burn.
it does not cut all the way through, I end up breaking it out, and dremmeling a chamfer edge to fit easily. (the photo is one cocobolo, and one cedar, the cedar cuts trivially)