In the examples seen in the videos of the birthday invitations and that other official video demonstrating the cutting done for that candle holder, the materials were put into the printer, and the shapes to be cut were displayed on the screen, but there was some scrapped material that would have been tossed and plenty of margin for the material and the cut.
I would like to be able to get 4’x8’ standard bulk sheets of acryllic, have the distributor cut it down to 12x16 or 12x20, and cut 4 pieces of 6"x8" out of that 12x16 and be as lossless as possible. Each cut the distributor does costs money and has more loss as they are likely to sawcut that.i expect out of a 4x8 foot sheet i could get 15 perfect 12x16 pieces, and then 9 less than perfect 12x16, but out of those 15, i should get a near lossless 60 6x8 units.
Can the GF be given a material cutting mode to take medium sized materials and cut into near lossless smaller materials? Like, division in half, division in quarters, or perhaps something more robust and let you specify # of pieces? Or will i just have to make a one pixil thick line at maximum resolution template file for the cuts i want to make to divide these materials.