Not entirely sure where to put this, but it seems like the right place at the moment. Feel free to move it to the appropriate forum.
I made an initial attempt at an all wood portfolio (https://gumroad.com/l/CHusg). Everything was the right size for the Glowforge, except the front and back facing. The largest pieces are 19.358" x 14.417" and 19.359"x14.070".
Based on some searches, it sounds like the GF can handle 18” x 20.4", however I’ve never seen anyone in my searches utilize that whole area.
My question, what have users done to ensure registration of a piece that would allow for removing the wood and re-placing the wood and ensure that the registration lines back up?
I want to cut the image up so that about 60% is cut first along with some kind of registration, then flip the wood and activate the remaining 40%. I’m guessing some kind of jig, but I’m probably overthinking an easier solution.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Edit: Basic model, no SnapMarks available.