Thanks for the tip - I was stalled trying to figure out how to engrave ~30 notebook covers that are 0.75" thick, and this does exactly what I need. After engraving / scoring a piece of cardboard on top of the GF honeycomb, I took the honeycomb out, stacked up some scrap material, put the grid back in, lined it up with the tape / mark on the GF door. Made a copy of the Grid design, imported my new design into it, placed the work at a good central location. Things didn’t eyeball perfectly lined up, but we get used to that, but I taped a piece of 11x17 tracing paper on top of the work and score an outline. X was perfect, Y was off by 0.25 inches (almost exactly?) towards the door.
Not a big issue - selected everything and moved the design upper-left corner from 0.5,0.5 to 0.5,0.25, redid the engrave of the outline, and it was spot on. I’m just scratching my head why the 0.25 shift in Y if anyone has an idea.
1st pict - GF screen for original grid (but w/ notebooks on bed - I didn’t take a pict when I did the grid). In the GF GUI, I copied this design, marked everything ignore, and imported my new design in so that I could align things inside the GUI as well.
2nd pict - shows 2nd design, in the GUI, with the grid - same overall dimensions, but Y is 0.25 instead of 0.5, and this works perfectly. [I edited the picture to hide the names of my co-workers.]