If you’re okay with uploading your file here, we have some forum users who are pretty good at sniffing out what’s going on. Usually it comes down to a bunch of extra nodes and/or unconnected segments, which makes the file unnecessarily complex; other times it’s something that gets left in your SVG file from the conversion path that stalls things.
I have to check the heat. I think the bulb is 525 watt.
I tried .004" stainless and then .0225" stainless, but the heat from the laser warps the material and is not crisp.
I am cutting samples out of the acrylic and may actually move to using Carbon Fiber Re-enforced Nylon from my MarkForged (275C melting) and if that doesn’t work, then I will have to cut it on a waterjet.
So I typically get the “clipping paths” error, but I guess I am not sure what that means exactly as I am converting .dxf files to .pdf files typically (.svg for testing here and there). Is there a better way of converting .dxf files?