The Work in Process: Vectorizing Drawings for Laser Cutters


#1

Apologies if this has already been posted.


Cool Video! Glowforge in the wild
Weekly Highlights for the Week Ending March 4th, 2017
#2

Cool. 13:37 for the glowforge and finished product if you don’t have time for the whole video.


#3

hehe


#4

I just want a Glowforge lol


#5

WOOT! :love::squeeee:


#6

That’s the goooood part :sunglasses:


#7

Well I just learned something new… :nerd:


#8

I won’t be 1337 again until I have my 'forge.


#9

really nice. the only thing I don’t get is why she’s not using the shape builder tool in Illustrator. It would have saved her at least half the time to draw it.


#10

This is awesome! I’ve got a lot of ideas that revolve around layering like this, and it’s soooo inspiring to see something similar to what’s cooking in my brain!


#11

That was painful, watching her struggling with Illustrator like that!


#12

"1337"
Nestled between 1336 and 1338, 1337 is commonly known as a number, or for the more advanced; an “integer”.
Urban Dictionary cracks me up.


#13

ALso short for “Elite”… as in “U R 1337 hAX0r d00d”


#14

Or just Leet!


#15

I have spent the last 23 years trying to shake off the nerdy reputation of high school, please do not make me regress. :smile:


#16

Was planning a new VLAN scheme a few years back. My boss and I were coming up with ranges and he said “We’ll probably want an admin range. Whataya wanna use?” I said “Oh, that’s easy… 1337.” He thought silently for a moment… “I love it!”


#17

Another new word for me! Kinda makes me feel like one of the wizards.


#18

Really cool look at someone’s work process. It’s so fun to star seeing work flow stuff coming out now versus just cutting video. Good stuff!


#19

Saw this video on Tested.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjgkCf4G9R0


#20

Threads merged.