Wondering if anyone can help me out here with some real-world measurements. When I put a piece of proofgrade material in the crumb tray, it fills up just about the whole width in X and most of the height in Y. But in the user interface, I know I can’t get all the way to the boundaries of the piece of proofgrade. Therefore, placing artwork in the design is still a guessing game when it comes to actually lining it up on the workpiece.
Has anyone done experiments to know what these boundaries are, in relation to the crumb tray? For example, where is 0,0 in the user interface relative to the back left corner of the honeycomb in the crumb tray assuming the crumb tray is in proper position? And what is the maximum envelope at the current time in relation to 0,0? Is it still something like 19 and 11? Is there any offset between the user interface and the SVG file’s coordinates?
For most of what I’ve been doing thus far, the placement of the art on the workpiece is not that critical, but for my next round of projects, it will be more of an issue, so I want to start with designs that work rather than re-doing stuff once I find out that I’ve messed up! (if possible!)