Wouldn’t you know it, right after showing a picture of my rotary engraving machine in response to a Tormach thread in this forum it died. The machine is a Xenetech 13X13 that I converted to run g-code on Mach3. It was set up on a PC using two parallel ports, which are getting pretty rare, so
I switched it to an ESS Smoothstepper from Warp9.
The Smoothstepper needed a nice enclosure so I cut the pieces with the Glowforge. Did a bit of decorative engraving, and also some functional engraving in the way of the counterbores for the plug retention nuts. I am very impressed with the accuracy I was able to achieve on those. The material is Purebond Maple plywood .165" thick. I used Proofgrade Thick Maple Plywood settings for cuts.