Issue is that I created 20+ files (each with a different logo) as the final step to customize each plaque. Therefore, unless there’s an inkscape trick I’m unaware of… Each file is new, with the logo centered into a rectangle, and I;'m manually setting the exact location of the rectangle (fixed position) that I previously aligned to the snapmarks. (I then delete the rectangle)
My issue was simply that when I uploaded each Logo SVG into the GFUI, I forgot to ignore the snaps, since I wasn’t actually snapping the logo into place (just manually aligning).
@jules - I wasn’t worried about this project - more for the broad community in general. I’ve got this one down to a science. Between the drafts, samples, and final ones for this project, I’ve printed about 40 double sided plaques, 3-4 per sheet of PG material (designed it for 3 per sheet, and just figured out an alignment that would allow 4. (Which will be good for the next 3 runs of this at 25+ per run over the next month).
Also realized that to avoid a boatload of weeding, I run a quick draft score around the set of planks (rectangle) as a “prep” design, which allows me to peel off the masking material easily, then I have a combined Engrave for each of the plaques, with the cut as the last step.
Once all of the fronts are done, I keep the last run PG sheet in place, and then load 3 (or 4 for future runs) into that template (which I taped to the side of the tray) to ensure perfect alignment for the back side run (without the indivudual logos).
A bit of rubbing with a (slightly damp) high quality paper towel is all that’s needed to remove the burn residue, and it is FAR less time than the weeding would be…
When both sides have been done, I start the logo process (Manual for this batch, SnapMark for those due later this month).