I was just in the process of doing this same thing… I opened the pdf in Adobe Illustrator and exported into autocad… Another row will fit w/o the disclaimer. ???
I am also working on some text to personalize…
Updated: One thing about AutoCAD is the Undo command is my favorite!..
I can honestly say peeling off backing paper after the job is a pain! I cut one without paper to see quality, looks good to me. Meanwhile I am gonna have to make the crumb tray white going forward, its quite impossible to see clear acrylic in there without backing paper.
i have been cutting unmasked clips for a couple of weeks now. it goes much faster. i’ve been using 0.093 clear optix acrylic from Home Depot.
the trick to dealing with unmasked clear acrylic, for me, has been putting a tape marker on the crumb tray to align the sheet to the exact same spot every time, and then adding a small square of blue painters tape to use set focus on. then there are only a couple of clips that have a small bit of tape to remove on one side, but i can still focus if i need to.
but if you get the sheet in the exact same spot every time and don’t move the design in your GFUI, you shouldn’t need to manually focus.
I would love to help, but have no acrylic. For folks like me that want to help, but don’t have the money for materials to do so, how can we help?
This is an awesome initiative and there is a huge community of laser enthusiast that have different types of lasers besides Glowforge. I’m lucky enough to have a Glowforge and a laser purchased from China and would love to put them to good use! I hope this call for laser help reaches the entire laser community.