So much better than a Cameo!

papercutting
pre-release
low_power

#1

As my husband mentioned, I’ve been waiting not-so-patiently for this low-power mode, and now that it’s here I’ve been doing a non-stop happy dance. Here is my first attempt at a low power cut that could have never worked on a vinyl cutter:

:smiley:


Weekly Highlights for the Week Ending June 24th, 2017
#2

OH so pretty.
What material am I looking at?


#3

That detail is incredible! Nice :hedgie:


#4

WOW that is crazy small detail


#5

So delicate and pretty!! Fantastic!


#6

It’s textured cardstock I got from Walmart so no real details on the packaging…I’m guessing around 65 pound weight?


#7

So nice! What’s the size of that thing?


#8

230mm (~9") diameter, the little swirls have a thickness of about 1.5mm


#9

This is so cool! I am so happy with these results!


#10

Oh wow. Pretty decent size then. Really fascinating to look at I must say. Reminds me of the ironwork we had on my basement steps when I was a kid.


#11

Hopefully this helps with visualizing the sizing:


#12

Oh wow Kara - I love this!


#13

If it feels about the thickness of manilla hanging folder cardstock, it’ll be about 110-125lb weight


#14

As a crafter with a digital cutter (I have a BossKut) - this is so much nicer. I hate cutting paper with it. I wish we could cut decals with the Glowforge. Can wait until ours comes


#15

Looks like my cameo will cut just vinyl in the future :grin:


#16

Beautiful!


#17

I’ve cut out some designs by hand for birthday and anniversary cards for my wife, but never this intricate. The Glowforge will so up my game when I get it!


#18

Share a peek at your settings???


#19

I cannot tell you how much it means to me to see folks making things like this!


#20

Stunning! And just think–no more worn blades, no more digging all the waste bits off the sticky mat…