Be careful. Did you check out the Prototype gallery? It is very slow on the most easily etched surfaces like paper and candy. The leather engraving and chair was sped up at least 10x or more. Batch work, like someone doing 3 dozen cupcakes is going to take longer to engrave than to actually bake and frost.
It seems deceptive when the primary marketing doesn’t show real time events. They left out engraving wood or leather from the prototype shots because maybe people wouldn’t consider it a good option for those materials after seeing it take 20 minutes to engrave a Darwin fish on a piece of wood. They’re marketing it like a workshop laser when in reality its just an expensive toy.