Hello World (beta project)

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#1

Hey all,

As per the user manual, I thought I’d throw my “hello world” design in here. I cut it out of acrylic so it would cast a shadow, and I have a few ideas using the same concept which I’ll finalize and upload here later. Here you are:


The Manual
#2

Editor’s note: Chris (like @jkopel) has been asked to focus on doing cool stuff with the hardware and not answering questions here. I, however, am always happy to do so!


#3

Welome from “the shadows” Chris (@cgunderson) congrats! Look forward to seeing more posts from you !


#4

Woot Woot! Thank you for sharing, Oh Fearless User!


#5

This is a perfect way to start my day. A cup of coffee and proof there are more beta users out there.


#6

Wow, totally awesome! I love that you made something specifically to cast a shadow. Welcome to Beta, so glad to see another one!


#7

Ha! Love it!


#8

Congrats and enjoy

Looking forward to see your mussing’s


#9

Congrats. Interesting. The company must have gotten to know cgunderson through an internal relationship. jkopel was an early very active member with unique qualifications (and also local).


#10

Congratulations & welcome! We all look forward to what you share with us.


#11

Awesome! Welcome to the glass menagerie. (Be prepared for some mighty intense scrutiny…chuckle.)

Love the little dino! :relaxed:


#12

Q: What is the primary objective of a beta user?

A: Try your best to make the Glowforge NOT work. :smile:

Congrats! :thumbsup:


#13

Whoop whoop!! Another Beta User! Welcome @cgunderson !


#14

Yay! Congrats on your selection as a Beta user, @cgunderson, looking forward to seeing the cool things you coax from our coveted future tool!


#15

Or else his beta application showed a unique qualification for whatever they wanted to test.


#16

Welcome! Looking forward to your contributions! :sunglasses:


#17

The number of (known) Beta users just doubled!


#18

Yay! Congrats Chris for making the beta team cute little fellow you made there.


#19

Another Beta in the wild. I love it. Hope to see many projects come from it.


#20

Exponential beta growth. (And then there were four.) :slight_smile: