So I’m on a job currently remodeling timeshares and the old bathroom shelving fixtures happen to be glass. Since they are all going to the trash I’ve been collecting them By the end of this job (roughly 350 units) I’ll have enough glass to play with all types of ideas. I had planned on doing a test tonight with this engrave of going back across it with another defocus to see if it fractures the glass differently, but I didn’t pin it down and moved it by accident. Oh well there’s plenty more to try later!
So without further ado, here is the latest project as a gag gift for the contractor removing the shelves and giving me the glass.
The material is .25" thick glass 6"x18" presumably also tempered glass since it’s vanity shelving.
Settings (Pro Unit): 1000 speed, 100 pews, 340 LPI single pass. Material height set to. 25 but I changed the focus for engraving to .4 so it would defocus and in theory blast the glass a little easier.
I also whipped up a baby shampoo and water mix and sprayed the glass down, however it all disappeared halfway through the engrave.
Also it’s engraved on the reverse side.