Introducing the miniature Glowforge

Best one yet! Thanks for the perfect share!

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This is absolutely gorgeous…thank you so much for the share.

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For scale pics really need to go next to the “blue thingy.” LOL

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The more I thought about this today (which was waaaaaay more time than boss would have liked :wink: ) I thought of a great use for this…a business card holder for craft shows. I fricken love this design!!!

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Glad it got you excited! Feel free to adapt as you see fit. Want a photo though!
p.s. put in some work time tomorrow, even though it will be Friday.

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I’m “working” from home tomorrow! LOL I have to finish a design for my Free Design Friday…I missed last week because of work load. :frowning:

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Waiting with baited breath to see what you come up with!

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No pressure…sheesssssssh! LOL

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You can always say your boss made you do actual work… and you couldn’t refuse, because you don’t want to run out of proofgrade.

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LMAO! I think I already know what I am posting…it’s something everyone has seen. :wink:

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I am also working on a massive design that at the moment has 75 pieces and takes (at this point) 8 boards to run. I am guessing when it’s finished it will be about 15 boards and over 100 pieces. I am still working out some major design dilemmas. When it is finished, I am going to put for Free Design Friday. Not sure how many people will want to run something that big, but I will offer it up none-the-less. :slight_smile:

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You’re very generous, and yes you need to be able to continue to buy a large amount of wood.

…unlike me who just needs some scraps!

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:rofl::joy:

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Chocolate. Not a fan of fondant.

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As in: the entire thing in chocolate, or so you can dedicate your mini Glowforge to print chocolate sheets to use on tempting things like this?

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I was thinking a white, dark and milk chocolate treat. And if you’re really ambitious a clear sugar lid.

But now that you mention it, a 3D chocolate printer, assuming quality chocolate, would give me back two weekends every December. So that too.

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You’d need a 3D chocolate printer to print chocolate flavored mini Glowforges.
Mouth watering here…

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Thank you so much! I think I might a pin out of it!

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Looks really cute. :grinning:

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So cute indeed - glad you made one!