Well today I made it past a few milestones. It was my first time cutting without the crumb tray. This would’ve went completely without a hitch but when I printed the file Of the little tool which requires no measuring, It clearly printed two small. (This may have been the SVG glitch I’ve heard about) But the warning I received was actually very helpful. It told me that anything with the crumb tray cannot be any larger than .5 inches. And if I proceed without the crumb tray it needed to be 1.5 to 2 inches. This made it a breeze just a drop a ruler down. I have since revise the file for the handy little ruler to print at the correct size. The other little glitch I ran into is that my vector file was too complex and I got a warning saying that my artwork was taking too long to process. Sixth this but just rasterizing some of the graphic and embedding it into the file as a PNG. The other milestones. This is my very first time doing a production run of 10 cutting boards. This has been proceeding without a hitch.
The end result is terrific!
Yeah good job, solid design and good settings.
Very nice work…and milestones are da bomb!
Excellent. Love the graphic and results!! Nice job!
Oh…wow. Very nice engraving. Nice and dark too.
Very nice! That seems like the perfect graphic for a cutting board and your settings were spot on.
Gosh, that’s an amazing graphic, just perfect for a cutting board. I’m glad you mastered the no-crumb-tray technique.
WOW! That engrave is spectacular. You hit that out of the park. Keep going!
What a beautiful design! Perfect!
Have to agree about the beautiful design. Perfect for wine and cheese. Did you draw it yourself?
Oh I wish I could say I drew it myself but it’s a file I bought from vectorstock.com
Cutting boards are on my list to do. These look amazing!