2024-01-30 (Tu) Gravy Shock Cutting rubber stamps

My old notes had information about laser-cutting rubber, but I have more experience with the machine now, so I made some test cuts. I cut, and recut, the "Ore" stamp seven times before I found new settings that worked well. The biggest issue was cutting deep enough to get through the sheet, which I never managed, but it should not be much trouble to finish them with a pair of scissors. I do not remember what I did with the last stamps that let me "reverse fill" to engrave the background but leave the text. I managed to engrave the letters, but leave the background, which should be legible enough for prototyping.   
Freshly-cut rubber stamps

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