I recently place an order for a Glowforge Pro and I’m planning on using this machine to cut through 1/8" birch plywood for a product I plan to sell. I understand that this machine comes with a crumb tray but I’m curious how well it prevents flashback or underside burns.
I want there to be zero underside burns. Is it reasonable to expect this from this machine or should I look at an Epilog machine? Any advice wood be greatly appreciated.