Absolute minimum of scrap! with the engrave not over the edges.
Early on, dan was resistant to this because he wanted the camera to be magical. It is pretty cool, but I am glad that they relented. Now my only complaint is that 0,0 is upper left, and most things I work with 0,0 is lower left. Not a game stopper though, I actually wrote an instructable (now way out of date) about using alternative zeros with a cnc router.
I have marks on the sides my crumb tray showing the absolute limit of the cut along the lower edge.
I have been cutting ear savers to within 1mm of the edge, leaving a fair amount of material at the top, that will allow me to get another whole row from when I get around to it. Of course, handy for all projects/materials.
The camera is a lot more magical in a good way (no unintended magic) but all I want is repeatable numbers. I don’t care a lot what the numbers are (unless it is in furlongs )
Yeah I can translate anything because my 3d printer is always in metric and most everything else defaults to inch and decimal.
Hee hee, I like it top left - that matches the new Inkscape
0,0 is also the top corner of my permanent jig.
You can fix it in Inkscape back to “normal”…
First thing I did.
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