Not fully made on the GlowForge but it all started there and has evolved into this. Making 400 of these beauties and while it’s a rough journey, it’s totally worth it. Some of you may remember the Eye of Stormlight license adventure and all that. Here’s what I have been doing for the last 3 months. And will be doing for another 2-3 months.
I’ve taken a lot of photos.
The scraps stack can get… Very tall.
Proper packaging is very important.
that’s. a lot.
at least the GF doesn’t get repetitive stress syndrome.
That’s super. It reminds me of Martin Raynsfords (@m_raynsford ) photos of his various kickstarter projects. Piles of lasered things and boxes, boxes, boxes.
Wow! That puts a lot of perspective into my tiny operation that’s for sure! Talk about professional!
Wow! Busy girl. Lots of cut-outs, I’m sure you will find good use of them.
Very clean. Everything about it shines.
Wow! I’m so impressed. Congratulations indeed are in order.
Wow, such a cool endeavor! What exactly are these beauties?
That is amazing. Congratulations on accomplishing so much thus far!
Cool looking design. Glad it is working so well for you.
@innatelyartsy it’s a challenge coin display for Brandon Sanderson’s The Way of Kings Kickstarter challenge coins.
Great job, especially on the packaging. Out of everything involved with putting a product out there, I think the packaging is the hardest part!!!
Wow. The amount of detail and work put in is just amazing.
very cool, never heard of it, will look into it!
Wow! That must get a little boring after the first 100. They look good. What made the scraps the scraps, leftover material?
There are even more cool photos here: https://twitter.com/scarlet_stream/status/1290793402016071680
Congratulations on your well deserved success! Now you are a production house.
Wow. That is one really big order!
That’s fantastic! Love the project, the notes, and the packaging!
Yep, leftover material. I was able to cut down a lot of waste by getting some of it cut smaller than usual, this reducing mat leftover. My acrylic leaves only .25" around the whole cut when done.
Wow, that’s a lot of work! But, what an opportunity!