Evaluation of Your Assignment for Computer-Controlled Cutting Week
"Last thing to do in Inkscape was to make stroke style width 0,02 mm." --> I should check this myself and will let you later on if it is OK. "After choosing sheet machine tests width (and height with Piece) and shows it on screen." --> With 'role' selected, as shown in your picture, machine measures only width of the vinyl not the height. "After vinyl cutter was ready" --> After the cut vinyl was ready. "Rollers needs to be set edges of vinyl." --> Here, tell more about setting pinch rollers with the white grit marks. File for vinyl cutting assignment is missing. Please upload .svg file.
"I saw also freeCAD in action for parametric designing and it looked pretty good aswell." --> as well In different steps of your design, you used different tools for example for defining parameters, for drawing circle, rectangle, trimming and etc. Please write down the name of the tools that you used and also how you accessed each tool (e.g., Modify > Change Parameters > user parameters > clicking on the + icon > ...)
"How settings change the result on a laser cutter" --> Write briefly how! Briefly explain about the importance of kerf based on your group experiment. Briefly explain about the importance of focus based on your group experiment. I will create another separate issue for commenting on your group work documentation.
Remove or replace bad quality and unreadable images (e.g., some of the images for parameters are not readable enough!) In the 'problem with fusion' section: I like that you have demonstrated the problems clearly BUT screenshots are not readable! Please make three separate pictures to increase readability! Make a separate screenshot which shows only the parameters (nothing else) and upload it after the picture when you say "Here are final parameters.". The current screenshot is not readable but you can leave it as it is, since it shows the final design.
Add caption for your images.
Also reflect on your parametric design and vinyl cutting learning experiences. "It was interesting to see how different settings changed the way laser cutted materials." --> cut materials