Two things I haven't been able to figure out are:
1) When I import my manually nested *dfx parts into Torchmate, how can I choose in which direction it cuts? It appears to default to CCW, but I'm cutting ODs, in which case CW is more appropriate to reduce bevel, right?
2) How do I select the cut order? I want it to cut the pieces "parallel"... first at the lower left, then the one to the right of it, then the one above it, then the one to the right of that, or in coordinates, (1,1)->(2,1)->(2,1)->(2,2), etc. I haven't figured out how TM determines what parts to cut when. I know the manual says something like "when optimize cut path is not selected, the parts are cut in order that they are recognized from the *dxf." Does this mean TM scans top to bottom? Because of our product and the material from which we make it, we need the parts to align exactly to our material. When TM cuts parts from the middle of the sheet first, or all along our material alignment fence, the rest of the sheet warps and botches the remaining parts.