I am struggling with getting precision results using LaminationPro and WoodturnerPro. I have made a couple of practice runs but still cannot get the results to match what I build. I am trying to use LaminationPro to produce a 'feature ring' to be used in WoodturnerPro. But some of my problems is experience with the software and maybe precision on actual table saw cuts. But here is an example that may illustrate my misunderstanding on how to use the software. In this screenshot from LaminationPro I tinkered with the settings until I got a pattern I liked. Note the repeating unit is 1.75 inches. Title: Imgur But when I transferred this to WoodturnerPro and then actually built using those settings, the linear repeating length was more like 1.53 (1 17/32) vs the expected 1.75 inched. I think I cut the laminate strips to the correct size and cut at the angles as indicated in LaminationPro. But I have even another issue. Obviously in WoodturnerPro we are concerned with number of segments, outside/inside diameter, segment edge length, etc. But I don't think LaminationPro is concerned or aware of these radial bowl dimensions. So if the feature ring is to be lets say 8 or 10 inches in outside diameter, that would obviously affect the segment edge length. So if I wanted the feature ring to have an outside diameter of 8 inches, the math says the segment edge length should be 2 5/32 and not 1.75 inches. But how is this information conveyed into LaminationPro prior to exporting to WoodturnerPro?