Engraving/Etching Glass

Using the Basic to Engrave/Etch glass. Does a good job however there exist a layer of fragile glass that breaks off in the engraving area on every portion of the design. Any way to avoid this? Don’t want glass particulates coming loose.

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Mine did that too. We don’t actually engrave the glass, we are creating tiny surface fractures that creates a frosted look…but if you hit it too hard, they can pop off. (I wasn’t real fond of the effect either, so I switched back to etching cream for things that I was going to be shaking over open pots…like spice jars.)

Maybe someone else has figured out how to do it without the popoffs… lower power? Higher speed?

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