… as opposed to the thickest material you can engrave on?
I am designing a product that will be built from standard 2x dimensional lumber, and I thought how cool it would be to laser-carve some detail onto several parts. We can work on parts up to that thickness if we remove the crumb tray, but can’t use the pass-thru for work like this.
Am I the first to consider this (and do I get a prize)?
… the solution is pretty simple - as well as the pass-thru covers, have the opening adjustable from the inside. You’d need a longer “wipe” to fill the gap, but I’m already seeing deterioration/deformation of the material they used, and plan to replace mine with strips of brush-like material - similar to what you see in bristled door sweeps…