Yeah, literally. Every year the nursing staff at my wife’s animal hospital put on a fund raising drive for veterinary care that volunteers provide in the Dominican Republic. Boston has a very large dominican population (most famously represented by Big Papi on the Red Sox, and so this is a popular event. My wife and others bake homemade doggie biscuits and muffins, etc. The majority of the baked goods are for the dogs themselves. So they needed a sign (well they also need a money box, which I will make later on OnShape), and she requested a glowing acrylic sign with a photo engrave of one of the staff working in the DR on a dog. clear acrylic and engraved at HD photo (the text is all HD Graphic setting). As with most of these signs I engraved on the back after removing the masking paper and it ground away for 2:30. I then blew the acrylic dust off the engravings with my compressor at 150psi (to overcome static cling).
And bonus points, I didn’t forget to flip the image this time!