With so many activities still closed down or greatly curtailed it’s nice having the burly to work with. I bought the .dxf file from Etsy, it’s based on a well known Japanese wooddblock print published circa 1830 that I’ve always liked. It’s 380mm square, a 4.7mm ply base with 3 layers of 2.7mm ply on top. The 2.7mm was about $11 for a 4’ x 8’ sheet at HD so not exactly Baltic Birch which I couldn’t find locally in thickness close to 3mm. A little delicate in spots and some tear-outs here and there but overall I’m pleased for a first attempt at this sort of thing. Still fascinating watching the machine sail thru these complex cuts I probably wouldn’t want to do with a coping saw.