Yes, you can make a groove!


#21

Here is a test piece I used to dial in the settings.

But this was for draftboard. Depth and cutting power would be different depending on the material.


#22

Is that blackened “ledge” in the back of the piece your engrave depth? Or each of the edge slots? I’m a little confused which part of the piece shows what you achieved at those engrave settings (which are nice of you to share BTW).


#23

It is the end slot, shown here.


#24

I think it’s the angle of the photo. It makes the bit above the groove look as though it’s much taller or deeper than the rest. It confused me for a moment too, despite the fact that I’ve actually made this style of box before! :wink:


#25

I can see it now. Oy.


#26

I want to try this so bad. I’m new and I’m little confused. which is the top??? Thank you


#27

The top is the piece without tabs or fingers.


#28

I would love to do this. Can you share the svg file?


#29

Check out this post… it has an attached svg that illustrates this technique and you can download and cut on the :glowforge:


#30

I encourage you to try makercase or festi. You can create a box with your own dimensions.