As I learn how to use the Glowforge, I figured I throw my hat into the video tutorial ring. Until I figure out a video workflow, some things are going to be uneven with respect to sound color, etc. Regarding the content, I don’t pretend to be an expert in any of the stuff I’m talking about, so please be kind when you notice mistakes. In fact, I’ve already noticed a few. If the mistake(s) is/are egregious, please comment and let me know, so I can correct it/them. It goes without saying, I am indebted to you all for your insight, wisdom, and kind attitude in sharing your experiences and settings, so thank you in advance. When one reads the forums daily, a lot of stuff seeps in and, in time, one forgets where one read certain things, etc. However, when I remember a source, I will try and thank the person or persons in the video descriptions.
The first thing you’ll notice in the video is some level of branding. In the future, I’d like to have a site running that is tutorial-based, along with free and paid designs that people will find helpful, particularly those that wish to make things for commercial purposes. I prefer using free and paid designs that have as little restrictions as possible and want to create a space for that. If any of you are familiar with with Andrew Kramer from videocopilot.net, you’ll have an idea of what I am talking about. If any creatives here want to help, feel free to DM me.
Okay, enough talking. Here’s the video. Hopefully some of those who just received their Glowforge will find it useful: