Help me out here.
I see references to prototyping with corrugated cardboard. I see a globe in the promo video that is made entirely of corrugated cardboard.
But I started printing some traveling embers in my brand new Glowforge.
Obviously the corrugation gives room for still air to heat up and feed fire.
But people do use it.
What’s the secret?
I am guessing that part of my problem was that the cuts were too close together.
Still, inquiring minds…