My next question is about Snapmark height relative to the material. If I place my 3/4" thick cheeseboard blanks in my Snapmark jig (I’ve already accounted for removing the honeycomb etc), the surface that I am engraving will be 5/8" higher than the Snapmarks themselves. That’s a problem, right?
I can’t find any info on how close on the Z plane the Snapmarks need to be relative to the material being engraved. I appreciate your help. Thanks!
This is the key instruction that I didn’t fully understand. Meanwhile, what I ended up doing before understanding this is making the Snapmark jig and the material the same height. That seems to have worked.