Cutting board engrave

I am pretty sure I saw someone else post something similar. We had a junk cutting board laying around though so I figured, why not fancy it up some?

Full power, full speed! Came out deeper than I would have wanted, but nice detail. Also a good chance to try and focus on something that required removing the tray!

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That dresses it up very nicely! :slightly_smiling_face:

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What a great choice for a cutting board!

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LOL! That’s really awesome.

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Great design to engrave on it. Can’t tell you’re having fun or anything…:smiley: Good work!

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Totally changed that board. Nice job!

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Wow, that’s awesome!

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I’m sooo hungry now

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That is udder…ly awesome!:grin:

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Are you trying to steer this off topic?

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Hey? What’s the beef?

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I should have known you would have a steak in this.

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Moooooove it along, guys.

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What’s with all the puns? I call BS!

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You cud say that but I’m afraid it is a rather bullish reaction.

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Beautiful…I love that graphic! I have a pig one as well. :grinning::pig:

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Dying laughing at all the puns!
As for settings, what would you adjust? You mentioned it was deeper than you’d anticipated. I’m getting ready to try one, so I’m looking for insights :slight_smile:

In general you want to keep the speed as fast as possible, why you may ask? Because faster = faster.

So I would adjust the power to be something lower and lessen the depth of the engrave to be marked but not so burnt down into the board.

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