The box came out great… now I’m craving Bourbon Balls, though.
Wow, they are in for a treat! Very nice!!
Amazing effect on the engraving and lovely box as well! I’m sure your friends will love it. Thanks for sharing the Etsy link. I know where my Friday night is going
Beautiful work, but I’m still looking for the bourbon ball recipe!
New to Glowforge, just purchased a design from 805 via Etsy because of this article. Now how do you get the design to the Glowforge Dashboard? I rc’d three downloads, one is an Inkscape, one is the Glowforge Engrave Settings and the last is a 10x7 pdf.
you can import PDFs into the GFUI.
I’m really new to Glowforge and need kid gloves at this time until fully running. How do you import PDFs into the GFUI. What is GFUI? assume Glowforge … …
GFUI is short for glowforge user interface dashboard. when you’re in the dashboard, above your design thumbnails there is a button that says “create.” click on that, then upload from file, and then choose the PDF.
Thank you very much, I’ll try that now and we’ll see what happens. I may be bending your ear later if unable to navigate. Thanks much, Dan
Open the Glowforge user interface. Clink on Upload From File, and then find the SVG file that you downloaded from Etsy.
It’s working, thank you Shop and fleckrj
I have my images show up on on a folder and just drag and drop into the GFUI
Welcome to the addiction!
That is really awesome it’s a great idea
Truly beautiful!! How long did it take you to engrave/cut the scene?
What lucky guests! The engrave turned out beautifully (as did the bourbon balls)! Like others, now I’m craving some. . .
At that size, about 45 minutes. I used masking tape to tape the edges of the PG medium maple plywood to the crumb tray, cut out the box pieces with the wood masked and set the engraving to ignore. Then, I unmasked the top of the box, and without changing anything in the UI, I set the cuts to ignore and engraved the horses.