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Credit - Chris -(Cakepro Specialist)

This has to do with a mix of things. 

1. The item 

2. The printer 

3. Using a predesigned grid or not


Most images are able to be centered within a substrate with a range of 3%.

The heavier the substrate the easier it is to center and print. If printing only to Macarons then since they are 

a) lightweight and 

b) half shells - we would expect users to have some type of adhesive under - or use a grid made out of plexiglass or acrylic to house these macarons in order to get an exact 100% match. 

If we are solely relying on the tray to move the products into position then we need to cater for 3% shifting of the lightweight materials. 

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