Well I’ve noticed that a lot of regulars here have something they are known for, like puzzles, layered bowls, matrix guru, etc. Well after making another nameplate I feel like it’s what I’ll become known for
I’ve started to learn some tricks too like scoring lines for the corresponding layer above both for alignment and to wick the acrylic glue underneath rather than across the other surfaces. Leave the masking on exposed parts while gluing. Alignment jigs for gluing the base if not thick acrylic. Wear gloves when handling the center pieces to eliminate fingerprints. Dive deep into your design file especially if it’s a curved ovalish shape like mine for bases to make sure vector points are smooth (each center curve has about a 1/4" flat spot that is noticeable on mine). And most importantly take your time layering. I flubbed up (only noticable to me on this on) and flipped the brushed aluminum acrylic wrong side up while gluing. Remember if you’re using acrylic glue you get one shot without scarring the material.