I don’t have a picture, and one’s not really necessary to get the idea, but I was working this weekend on making some parts for my wife’s weaving loom. I needed to drill some holes in some aluminum bar stock with a certain spacing and layout. And, I needed to make multiple identical copies of each part.
I used the glowforge to make a draftboard replica of the aluminum piece, with pilot holes for the drilled hole locations. Then I could clamp the jig to the aluminum while lining up the edges, and drill through with my pilot drill and get accurate and repeatable hole locations on the finished parts. A quick and disposable method to solve a simple problem!