First Inkscape project where it didn’t get passed around all the programs on my hot bar like some………cold in the winter (was going to come up with another analogy there but it’s not 9 o’clock yet) so be gentle. It’s really hard to see, even when zoomed in and enhanced a dozen or so times, but the letter z disappeared at some point so I went back in and meticulously added it freehand, no really that is freehand, I promise I’m not just saying it. What kind of lousy spirit uses the letter z anyway?
The idea came to me as I’m trying to get some responses from Glowforge but without success. Thought I’d give this a try instead. Please please please know that I write this with my tongue firmly in my cheek!
In other news the alignment seems to be getting better and better!
This is 5.8mm (0.230inch?) filthy dirty, wash your mouth out with soap non proofgrade birch ply, a4 size (actually it’s very good ply, very flat too (unlike the proofgrade ply I got that’s warping like it’s trying to escape a Klingon attack!))
Engrave was a totally arbitrary 700 zooms by 70 pews. The puck(?) was cut out by decreasing the zooms at maximum pews in 2 passes and way too over the top! Got to go back to the forum or test cuts to dial that it. Now I understand the handiness of a engrave chart for materials.
Enough talk. To the picture!