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    Default Will this layout work going through the machine

    I have a client who installs Gym floors. I have been able to start getting some of their leftover flooring pieces and am going to do a sign for them. I have staggered the boards on the ends, keeping the first one the full length of the project.

    My question is, will this work OK going through the CW? I am going to center the logo in the middle of the longest board, the first one, so there will be more then 6"-8" on each end so as to stay under the rollers.

    Thanks in advance for you assistance,

    Chris Jones
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    No. Put in filler pieces and make it properly prepared material. Masking Tape may also be your friend.
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    Place them on a sled/carrier board and add filler pieces or tape over the voided areas.
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    Also remember you can only carve 1/4 inch deep before you hit your joint.Less if it is flooring from China.

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