This is potentially useful:
Kerf-canceling mechanisms replace laser-cut bearings, sliders, gear pairs, etc. Unlike their traditional counterparts, however, they keep working when manufactured on a different laser cutter and/or with different kerf. Kerf-canceling mechanisms achieve this by adding an additional wedge element per mechanism. We have created a software tool Kerf-Canceler that locates traditional mechanisms in cutting plans and replaces them with their kerf-canceling counterparts.
Most of the links to the full paper are broken but, I eventually tracked it down here (PDF).
There was also a paper on a press-fit mechanism (PDF) in their paper from last year: