Hello all, I'd like to incorporate the design of stained glass pieces with the ability to cleanly cut out shapes using CNC. I would like to use an Openbuild CNC machine that utilises the cutting knife head shown below instead of a cutting drill head. When cutting glass, what you are actually doing is scoring a line with pressure applied to a carbide cutting wheel, then pushing this wheel in the shape of the glass that you want to cut. This score provides a weakness in the glass that causes it to break cleanly. In the picture the tubing is for oil lubrication of the cutting wheel, which is stored in the silver cube with the golden hat. All the glass cutting machines that I can find are all huge industrial units that have multiple heads for cutting standard float glass/mirrors. Nothing for a small scale hobby use. Thus, I want to accomplish the following; 1 - use a CNC machine to move a cutting blade in complex shapes over a glass surface 2 - apply a consistent force of 15-lbs to ensure glass is scored effectively, but not to shatter it. I'm throwing this out there in the hope that some thoughts can be put together for the community as a whole!