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GLOWFORGE – Does It Still Work TWO Years Later? 

It has officially been 2 years since we got our Glowforge, so I wanted to take the time to address the most common questions we get and give my overall thoughts now that I have had two years with it. These are all of my personal feelings after using the machine for 2 years. Please know I am a full-paying Glowforge customer and I was not incentivized in any way to release this video. If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments below!

Glowforge 1 year Review video – Cleaning video –

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Video contents 00:00 – Intro 01:02

#1 – How is the machine holding up?

02:27 – #2 – How often do you clean it?

03:35 – #3 – Which model is right for me?

06:07 – #4 – Do I need an Air Filter?

07:28 – #5 – How is the software?

10:20 – What is next for our machine/shop updates

11:35 – Do we still like it?

13:46 – Patreon Scroll

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I design all maps on my iPad Pro –

All designs are sketched with an Apple Pencil-

All maps are laser cut on a Glowforge –

MDF Back Panel, 11×14 –

Plywoods and Veneers –

Acrylic Sheet –

Artisan Pigments – Mica Powder Ultimate 25 Color Set –

Pinata Color – Alcohol Ink –

Alumilite Clear Cast Epoxy Resin –… Insta-Cure Gap Filling 2oz Bob Smith Ind. –

E6000 Glue –

UV Curing Epoxy Resin Hard –

UV Lamp –

Sewing Clips –

Vallejo Basic USA Colors Paint Set –

Acrylic Paint Brush Set –

5 min Epoxy –

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