MacBook Etching

#18

Definitely a fan. Haha!!

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#19

My two Macs. 99 power, 1000 speed, 225lpi.
I prefer the thinner lines on the MacBook, compared to the thicker ones on the pro.

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#20

Nice. How’d you make them white?

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#21

Sweet! I like the thinner lines too.

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#22
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#23

I etched my MacBook last night using a calculator (linked below) from another thread. I think it worked pretty well. It turned out a little pixelated, but I like it. I used 75 power, 1000 speed. Not sure what the LPI were.

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Tray Removed - Calculator - Updated?

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#24

Oh nice! Like the leaf motif! :grinning:

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#25

I moved off of this topic and it wasn’t until three threads later that it hit me that you were rhyming…:man_facepalming: leaf motif

I had to come back and comment just cause it took me THAT long to get why I thought your response was neat.

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#26

I’m just glad someone caught it! :wink:

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#27

I laughed at it too. :stuck_out_tongue:

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#28

My first cut - on a piece of an old MacBook. I’m pretty happy with it

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#29

I’m just getting a 404 on your link.

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#30

Just fixed the broken link

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#31

I’m trying to do a Macbook Air, so am I supposed to remove everything and make my own base so this will work? I tried one pass set to HD Engrave and nothing happened. just a few very light brown areas from the text I put there.

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#32

Hello. Your best option for finding out more about doing that would be to do a search here on the forum. I just typed in “engraving macbook” and several posts came up. Best of luck to you.

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#33

Thanks, Im new to GF community. Just got my machine and there is so much i’d like to do.

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#34

Well, welcome to the forum. I think you’ll love it here. Looking forward to seeing your projects!

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#35

I etched on a chromebook, there was a bad smell, the chromebook warped slightly, and the oil from my fingers affected the etch but overall it looked pretty nice

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#36

:slight_smile: … we lost a knight, a few regiment of archers and thousands of peasants starved but it was a successful campaign overall.

I like how you think, and that looks better than pretty nice.

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#37

:grin:

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