Yeah, i do use Illustrator, and it sounds like their program is going to have some of the same functionality, which is sweet.
If they didn’t have “cutline” placement on the outside of a wide stroke, we would have to place it there by Expanding the Appearance in Illustrator. So it saves a few steps and broadens our design capabilities.
What if we wanted to just include the kerf adjustment in the stroke width? It’s something to think about anyway…might not be able to figure out how to work it but that’s the part I like best.
On second thought, after re-reading that, Dan might just be talking about using Illustrator to do it in the first place.
Either way, the answer is the laser follows the vector line exactly and ignores the stroke width.
Bah…it’s too late, my brain isn’t functioning…0.25 mm is practically invisible anyway.