Brisingr needed an Escutcheon!

Well we’ve had our Glowforge “Brisingr” for 2 days now and have done quite a bit of stuff and so thought I’d share the escutcheon we cut for it as well as some other projects!


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Sweet escutcheon!

You’re off to a great start.

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The handwritten recipe on the cutting board is wonderful. Also now eyeing my big stack of ikea cork trivets speculatively. I usually stencil them but the engraving looks great!

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Thanks, it’s been a blast so far!

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Thank you! The recipe is for a Christmas cookie my grandma used to always make that my mom now makes. I made one each for my mom and sister. The cork coasters worked great, definitely going back to ikea for loads more!

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My goodness…you’ve been prolific! Great group of various stuff!

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Very nice work, and Happy Anaversary!

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Wow, what a wonderful variety of projects, and all flawlessly executed!

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Thank you!

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All your items look great. I am still trying to get through the holidays so I can figure this GF out.

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Great projects! (Love the cuff!) :grinning:

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What settings did you settle for on your cork? Did you mask it?

1000/30 125 LPI No masking. I may increase the LPI if it was extremely intricate but I’m quite happy with how they turned out.

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I love that ruler bracelet. Any tips on how to reproduce it? Hopefully I’ll have my GF in a few days and would love to have an easily accessible ruler pretty much anywhere.

Medium proofgrade leather at the standard settings. I used this generator to make the ruler. http://robbbb.github.io/VectorRuler/
Found some cheap snaps on amazon. I’m not a leather person and have no idea what I was doing but I used coconut oil to finish it, which darkened it a tad and made it more supple.

The ruler bracelet is killer!

Thank you!