Hey guys, My LR2 doesn’t have the endstops installed, and I’ve yet to hook up my touch plate 3 years later lol… So I was just wondering, is there an easy way to do the 1/16" holes on the LR3 YZ Plates, and then come back and do the cut outs and regular CNC work without messing up an expensive piece of Birch hardwood (not ply, it’s solid Birch)?
If so, could someone walk me through the process? I’m thinking it’s just don’t move anything in between jobs, and it should all line up, but that seems to be such a critical part for accuracy, I’d hate to mess it up. And I only have just enough Birch left to cut these 2 plates. One screw up, and I’ll have to buy more, and jeez it’s $100 a sheet of solid birch.