asked this on September 11, 2012 09:00
I'm making a stencil to spray paint my company logo onto crates. However, the place on the crate where the logo needs to be painted has two angled edges which means that the edges of the top-most side of the stencil needs to be cut at an angle (the example image helps illustrate what I mean). I could do this after-the-fact with a saw, but I was wondering if the laser cutter can do this for me.
If it can, I'll need to know how to make the cut. In this example image, I have two different ways of doing the cut. A uses a triangle and B uses a single line. Could anyone tell me which would be the proper way to handle this?