That would work - or you could just run the job a second time with 2 passes; whichever is easier for you from a design perspective. As long as you don’t move anything between run 1 and run 2, everything will match up perfectly.
Ok, will tell you a secret. You can enter numbers larger than 3 in the number of passes box. Here’s how…
Type the number you want into the box where the red arrow is. Do not hit enter or click outside the main window. Move the mouse over the area pointed to at the end of the blue arrow and click the mouse. Your selection will be accepted. But just to be sure go back to the manual selection to ensure it took your new number.
Yeah, I know… it’s a data entry bug, but it works. Just did 5 passes.
Is it trying to limit it to 3 for safety reasons,ie to allow the laser some cool-down time? I would be concerned about defeating a limit that they put in there. There must have been SOME reason to limit it.
It is speed, not power, we are discussing. The machine works in mm/minute. The GFUI converts to bonkers units and then later started rounding them to multiples of 5. No idea why but it means Proofgrade settings have more resolution than the user can set because they are in mm/min.
I just tried this and I can’t get it to work. We really need more drop downs. 10 would be good. Currently I’m cutting leather and I have to cut it at least 5 times which requires 2 images in my design that have to be aligned up perfectly…which isn’t an issue but in illustrator, you can’t see the layer underneath in my version.