adafruit wrote:i use the Pointer feature and the digital readout to place the device
but you could cut a nice outline out of 1/2" acrylic so that the device is always in the same spot.
adafruit wrote:either your device has it or it doesnt. epilogs do, cheaper lasers tend to leave it out
mwr wrote:A self-centering vise would help with centering in one direction, and the second direction might not be as critical in your application. But if you're primarily working with a limited number of shapes, then making pockets or cutouts in a piece of acrylic fixed to the table should be the most reliable. And you might not necessarily have to center everything. You could make an iPhone pocket toward one corner of your acrylic piece and know that any time you'll be engraving an iPhone, that the phone center will be at a known X and Y position on the table. Then you can position pockets for other items elsewhere on the same acrylic piece.
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