Can someone please point me to the spreadsheet of non-proofgrade settings

I’m an idiot, I can’t find it. Trying to make some shot glasses and if I don’t get them done soon, I’m just going to start drinking out of them

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hmm, I searched on matrix … that would explain it.

thanks

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Well, as you can see you’re not the first to ask. Searching can be kind of counterintuitive here sometimes. This one was pretty straightforward insofar as what terms I used, but still, it’s easy to miss things if you have the terms wrong in your search. Even typose will generally ruin the results. Discourse search is not great.

Speaking of typos, I typically just use Google search and include “glowforge” somewhere in the search string. For example “glowforge spredsheet settins” gets me the right thing! :sunglasses:

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that explains it, I spell check :-). Clearly that is my mistake :slight_smile:

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Looking at the spreadsheet, In the power Column, I see Full (Basic/Plus), or Full, and then some with just numbers. What would I use if I have a Pro? The numbers? What would I use if I see Full (Basic/Plus)? I know these are guidelines, but just wanting to interpret the spreadsheet correctly. And KUDOS to the original creators! I am expecting my GF delivery any day!

The Basic and Plus have a 40W tube, the Pro has a 45. So you use the lower power or higher speed settings for the Pro.

The earlier Plus model also had a 45W tube, so treat those settings with caution. Test first.

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