This is a feature request for the Glowforge team. When determining the cut ordering of a shape, it would better to schedule the inner cuts before the outer cuts. The pieces that haven’t been lasered yet would remain in position, so the print would be more accurate.
I know this topic has been covered before, but it’s been a few years now without being addressed. I also know you can manually order them with colors, but that isn’t always easy to do if you don’t want to break apart your graphic.
Given that the software already needs to define some sort of cut ordering for nested shapes, this feels like something it could take into account so we didn’t need to do it manually.
Thanks for your consideration!