If you stop and listen, can’t you hear a faint little click-click-click and the gentle hum of a fan somewhere in the background?
My family has a drinking game that makes fun of my addiction. Whenever I say Glowforge, it’s a drink. When I say laser, it’s a drink. When I show them a photo of something I’ve made on the Glowforge, they have to chug the full drink.
Even before Puff arrived I would spend days learning Inkscape and coming up with design ideas many of which did not survive contact with reality (if only there were a way to fire the laser some direction other than vertical or a way to bend the wood into a saddle curve)
However, I did get many directions and inventions as well as a decent handle on Inkscape that I had never looked at befotre
Sounds like alcohol poisoning waiting to happen.
Have you considered ammonia? It destroys the cell walls, may discolor the wood and longterm will degrade, but people get some amazing shapes. Would probably still need a vacuum press.
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