Beta Project: :glowforge: To The Moon (and back)

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#1

I’m working on a project, and ultimately would like to create a light with this engraved in lit acrylic as a component, so I made this test engrave on :proofgrade: maple hardwood to get some first results.

Just finished, with masking…

Unmasked.

:slight_smile:

What do you think? I’m impressed.

:thumbsup: :glowforge: :proofgrade: :heavy_check_mark: :boom:

-R


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#2

I absolutely Love this! Simply amazing!:relaxed::thumbsup::glowforge:


#3

Wow, just wow. :smile:


#4

Wow! That its gorgeous :smiley:


#5

Thats pretty cool…looks 3D


#6

Excellent! I’ve been thinking about making an acrylic moon when I get my GF…


#7

Terrific! It’s a really cool piece.


#8

i think this is nice; if wood were your final medium i’d think you need to tweak it a bit but i bet it’s going to look pretty amazeballs in acrylic.


#9

So cool! The detail. . . amazing.


#10

This is fantastic! Now you need to find a use for your wooden test piece. It would make a nice lid for a round living hinge box, don’t you think?


#11

This is fantastic! I’m making one of these for sure!


#12

Oh wow!! That looks amazing!! I know what I’ll be making my sister…she loves anything related to the moon lol


#13

that looks amazing!!! I can’t wait to get my GF, still waiting on the email. You will have to update as soon as you do this in acrylic!


#14

wow… amazing work. thanks for sharing


#15

Very nice job!


#16

I’ll add my voice to the ‘Very nice work!’ (Although at first I thought it was a photocopy made by someone sitting on the photocopier, like they did way back when. Hey! Maybe …)


#17

I love it !..The horizontal lines , to me, look like they belong there , I know they’re woodgrain…yet somehow they belong.


#18

Very nice! This should be your custom escutcheon!


#19

I think the burn marks add to the detail


#20

Even the one without masking looked really good!