I find that I am often picking stuff up off the ground to try in the laser.
Rocks and sticks and stuff like that.
I was sorting some of them into piles so I would be able to quickly find the ones that fit with the crumb-tray in place, and individual caliper measurements were taking too long on these weirdly-shaped objects. I thought about searching the forum for some solutions that I half-remembered seeing some time ago, but then realized it would be quicker to just make my own in AI.
If the Fit-O-Rator can eat it, it fits with the crumb-tray in place.*
If it can be of use to you, enjoy. Or if you just think it’s cute, that’s fine too.
This is designed for ~ 3mm/Eighth-Inch material, and uses two 1"-long chicago screws with a diameter of .195" to avoid glue and keep everything aligned nicely.
Engrave black, cut blue, then cut red.
Since my material was a pinch shy of 1/8" and my screws were a pinch proud of 1", I ended up cutting one extra layer from a bit of scrap, for a total of nine layers.
*note: I was reminded that not everyone has the exact same clearance in their machines. Please measure your actual clearance and adjust the opening accordingly.