This is my second post so bare with the newbie questions!
The first question I have is there a way to reduce or eliminate the burnt edges of the backside of the cut part? The front looks fine as you can see in the pic below, the left part is the topside and the right is the backside:
I know that using masking would help, but is there another way, e.g., reducing power or increasing speed? Or something else?
Next (newbie) question, is it safe to have the laser beam hit the honeycomb tray if the image is not aligned correctly on material or if cutting through thin material (and yes I am going to do a calibration for the camera today)? How does the honeycomb tray not get at least engraved or minimally cut?
Finally is there a way to see the runtime of my GF to keep track of the runtime hours on my GF CO2 tube?
Here are some pics of my recent prints (cuts):
The iPad stand is a remix of some I’ve seen to use as a portable stand that could easily be kept in a bookbag, backpack for kids or students, or reduce clutter on your desk. By the way I already sold 2 of them, and the quotes are mine on the stand and the plaque.
Lots of fun creating stuff on the GF!