LINES must form a closed contour. Otherwise your part may become stuck into the material and needs to be cut out manually.
AVOID overlapping Lines. The cutting software will calculate them as extra cuts and increase the overall price
CHECK the scale is 1:1. You can double check the dimensions are correct when uploading your design
Ensure your FONT and typography is outlined, and include the font with your file so the workshop has it just incase
If you prepared a file with TYPOGRAPHY please keep in mind the inside of the letter will be devoid of material. If you wish to keep it intact ensure your design and typography connects the centre to the outside design
ENSURE you allow sufficient space between multiple parts in one design. When arranging multiple parts, we advise you arrange them at least 1mm from each other. If you are working with metallic materials the distance should be the same as the thickness of the material. AKA 3mm thick = 3mm distance
ORGANISE your files. Ensure your title block, dimensions, tolerances, centre lines, blending lines or hatching are in a separate file to your cutting file.
FORMAT THE SPLINES. If you work with splines please concert them to arcs and lines. The software the laser cutters use has problems interpreting splines and will often lead to misshapen forms