The important thing being, it’s all anodized aluminum.
I engraved a macbook once, with a contiguous design that surrounded the apple logo. This was pre-Glowforge, so I more or less had to eyeball the placement and hope for the best. That was terrifying.
(you have to figure, engrave settings for aluminum are cut settings for soft plastic. and beneath that, who knows what damage we could do to the monitor!)
We poked a hole in the design to avoid the soft plastic bit. If I were trying this with the Glowforge now, I could take bigger risks. Eliminate the gap. Maybe engrave over the logo itself at a lighter setting…
Also, I did have to treat the curved edges as a hard margin, on that Epilog machine. So, that’s another change if I were using the Glowforge for this today.