Materials rack

Something like that would make a nice tie rack. :grinning:

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Nice work. I could use that for drying pasta!

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Nice functional design. Can’t wait to see what you make with the cork fabric.

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Nice design - and beautiful cork fabrics!

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I like that!

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Great idea! Curious, Where do you buy your cork fabric?

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I purchase the cork through MBCork.com Pretty quick shipping, straight from portugal. Seems to be pretty high quality so far!

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I am happy to send you the file if you’d like it. Its not perfect, but cut out pretty nicely.

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I am happy to send you the .svg if youd like it.

Great, you’ve reminded me of cork fabric and now I’m going to have to put it higher on my to-do list :grin:

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Fantastic work! I might make one of those. I love working with cork fabric!

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Amazing! :slight_smile:

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Beautiful cork fabric. It’s always nice to have your materials easy to see.

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Nice solution that could have many uses.

That’s a very clean and elegant design! Thank you for sharing!

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very nice! clean and efficient, the way any good practical project should turn out! can’t wait to see what else you start posting, and welcome to the family :slight_smile:

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Great design. So many possible uses!

I’m also a bit obsessed with cork fabric. That stuff is amazing.

Has anyone cut this fabric on your GF? I have some and would love to try it if anyone could share some settings.

Yes.

Have you been through the search results from “fabric,” especially in the Beyond the Manual section?

https://community.glowforge.com/search?q=fabric

There is a lot of variability in “fabric” as far as weight, composition, etc. (think 6mm silk habotai vs. cotton duck vs. tent canvas). So, you probably won’t be able to get out of doing some testing on your own.

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Lots of stuff about cork fabric. Cork Fabric Coffee Sleeves!

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