I realized the other day that an amazing transformation has occurred. My Glowforge isn’t a cool toy that I approach with awe and reverence any more. It’s a tool now. Sometimes I need a thing and it makes sense to laser cut it, so I just do. Maybe it’s slightly less exciting and new, and I’m spending a bit less time on the forum, but overall I’m really happy. The problem with toys is that interest in them isn’t sustainable. Glowforge has settled into a space where it’s going to stay for a long time.
On that note, I bought a power supply for some LED lights, and it comes bare with exposed terminals and no cord socket. An ideal opportunity to make an enclosure in Fusion 360 and Glowforge it into existence.