Sometimes it goes too fast and I forget to check the thickness of the plywood. Especially 3mm Plywood is available in different thicknesses around 3mm. If I remember, I measure with a caliper and correct the drawing, if I don’t, there is only a 25% chance that I have the right material for the task in the machine.
So it was good that I had to check my settings for acrylic 3mm before I could confidently pass this information on to another thread here in the forum. I made a small tool with the 4 typical measurements that I get plywood delivered with. To decorate a bit, I have put some different radii on the corners. When I set my kerf to 0.075mm, it fits fairly precisely, of course it has to be adjusted as needed.
3mm-Gauge-Acryl.lbrn2 (65.2 KB)