Yes. I’ve employed many of Jules techniques and it goes very well, about half of the time. I really have to trust the processes and ignore the camera image after opening the lid, flipping the front engraved piece over, while leaving the stock in place and closing the lid.
After the front and back of one piece is done, I move the stock, left or right as needed and repeat. I don’t even move the artwork in the GFUI.
I have tried both aligning all the artwork in the same plain svg file and centering individually to both small (3" square) and large (12" X 20") document sizes.
I use 1.5" diameter neodymium magnets to hold the material in place and insure it is not warped and laying flat. I also use those little hold-downs (that I laser cut when I first find them here) on all four sides and only remove/replace the left/right ones as needed when moving the stock for the next piece.
But it doesn’t align perfectly every time. Today, still ignoring the camera image after the piece was flipped, the first one was way off, second only slightly and third worked.
I’ve read tips, cleaned everything, conjouled, cussed, prayed, walked it off and thrown stock across the shop. Somewhere, I missed something.
So that was the reason for my question about SnapMarks.