question on the circle thing. Maybe I’m being a bit thick on this one, but if I have a 2" circle that it’s center of origin is 3 inches in from the left side, and 4 inches down from the top. On the one side I engrave whatever message I want and then cut/engrave the circle into the material 1/4". When I flip it over, wouldn’t the software recognize the corner flip and now draw a 2" circle with it’s center 3 inches from the Right side, and 4 inches down from the top?
Why is a circle so hard? you don’t have to get the rotational positioning correct at all, only the x and y location. Out of most the shapes I would think the circle would be one of the easiest, until you have interior shapes/letters/designs that you want to cut out. But then again, it would be registered off of the edges/corners.
Even in the situation where I’m cutting out a circle from a current circle, as long as both circles have the same point of origin (center), it’s just an offset from the circular edge. The only issue that I see is if you wanted to cut out a circle that does not share the center origin of the larger circle.