What about more complex templates, like putting RJ45 or some similar connector on fab house printed templates? These would have more drill holes and copper traces.
The question is when a half printed PCB comes from overseas manufacturing and goes on the Voltera One's plate, will the calibration (on both sides of the 'sea') be exact enough to avoid traces, vias, and drill holes being misaligned?
I can imagine that manufacturers assume their prints are the final product, and don't control if their printers shrink or enlarge the design by 1%. Does anyone have enough experience with several fab houses to confirm or deny this?