I was reading a section on Kiss Cutting for stickers and began to wonder what, or if, macros can be set up.
Taken from the idea of calibrating some 3D printer settings, I know that I can set up a macro to make adjustments within a single print. On the Glowforge, is it possible to make etch a square (for instance) at 10% power (again, for instance since I don’t have my GF to make specific examples). Then make another square at 20%., and another at %30, etc. all in one print run? This is opposed to stopping, adjusting my settings then re-running.
It makes it simpler and more efficient to find manual settings on a test print, rather than having to re-run prints over and over.