I was looking at this page: https://glowforge.com/support/topic/safety/safety-overview and this page http://atxhackerspace.org/wiki/Laser_Cutter_Materials#NEVER_CUT_THESE_MATERIALS that others have referenced to determine what types of glue are acceptable for the glowforge, specifically:
- Standard painter’s tape – Can this be put over the surface of materials to reduce burning just like the cover on the proof grade material does?
- 3M tape sheet like https://smile.amazon.com/Gizmo-Dorks-Adhesive-Transfer-Sheets/dp/B01HP2CEG8/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=3m+tape+sheet&qid=1552094410&s=gateway&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1 – how about putting this on the back of some veneer before cutting it out, again, also like I understand is the case with the proof grade veneers
In the second link above it talks about types of glues damaging the lens, so I’m not sure if these 2 items pose the same type of problem? I’m pretty sure painter’s tape is fine as virtually everyone uses it and I feel like some other threads talk about much the same here, but none seemed to be exact, so my apologies in advance if this is repetitive.