I work next to 3 businesses that generate a LOT of cardboard that they either recycle or throw away.
To me, all I see is a mountain of free materials to laser until the cows come home.
We’re all in this trial-and-error phase with the Glowforge so I’m wondering if people have considered doing entire projects out of cardboard first and then go back an do it for real in wood or plastic.
Or would I just be wasting a step?
So is cardboard out of the question? Or should you always have the speed at X or above and set the power to Y% ? Maybe it’s too early but I can just see thousands of people putting cardboard in these things and having issues