I, like so many others, have not built my machine yet. I have been reading quite a few posts in the last couple weeks, and especially interesting is the accuracy issue and proposed solutions for the lower two corners.
It occurs to me that if you were cutting an entire 4 x 8 sheet, you could use a strategy to cut all the parts in the top half of the sheet, then stop the machine, invert the sheet, re-orient the Maslow, and continue cutting the rest of the sheet.
I think this would work even for parts that go all the way across the 4 foot width of the sheet if you plan your SVG and G code properly.
Yes, you would need to start your Masllow and align it twice for each sheet, but then you don’t have to worry about all of these accuracy issues.
Is this possible? From everything I see and read about, if you set up your G code properly I think it is.
Obviously not as good as a fix for the lower corners itself, but a possible workaround in the meantime.
What do you guys think?