Sorry if this has been asked before, but I was wondering about the engraving feature. All videos I have seen of the Glowforge engraving things has been a line by line horizontal engrave. That means that rounded edges end up looking like Machu Picchu farming terraces (even if you have to use a magnifying glass to see them).
I was wondering if there was any way of doing 3D printing style engraving. A 3D printer prints all the outer layers first, then goes and fills in the interior. This makes sure the outer surface looks as perfect as possible.
So question: Is that possible? And follow up question: Would it make a difference (would the edge error just be moved inside the engrave with overlap causing divots, etc…)?
My end goal with this would be to do a shallow engrave of text and have the edges be “perfect”, not have the steps on the outer edge of any curved area.