So far, I have been using my Glowforge a lot to cut draftboard to make things for the mentally ill adults I work with to paint and make into other things.
Draftboard is cheap, takes paint well, and works OK for my purposes. It is, however, dirty to work with.
I have seen folks talking about Baltic Birch, and am wondering if that would work as well. I don’t know whether I should look for Baltic Birch plywood or straight Baltic Birch wood and would appreciate any input from other users on this. My husband has agreed to cut larger stock down to Glowforge size if I need him to, so I would not be restricted to the size of the crumb tray.
Thank you for any suggestions!