yea, that’s always a problem. I think the confusion it caused with me was the question whether or not the Glowforge will be able to scan and cut a design drawn on the material, right where the drawing is? I thought someone (don’t want to scroll all the way back up to remember who it was) was just talking about how you tend to lose registration on drawings toward the edge of the work area–the lens distortion issue that’s been discussed before. Was that the intended feature, or did I misunderstand the promotional material.
I’ll say it one other way since communcation has gotten a little jumbled (which is why I tend to repeat every point I make in a sermon multiple times each week ). Say I take a piece of material and I draw multiple shapes on the material itself (or pint out on a piece of paper and glue it to the material), could I then tell the glowforge to cut those shapes out and could I expect it to cut out the shapes right on my designs as I drew them (once everything’s working the way it’s supposed to)?
Now that was what it seemed like the concern was to me, but then again, I’ve been known not to always pay the best attention