Step 1: Modify or Create the Artwork
Load the SVG file in Inkscape (or the PDF in another program like Corel Draw) and add your own logo, name, or enhancements. The notches and spaces work well for 1/4W and similar-sized axial components.
Note that unless you get fancy with advanced print driver settings like Color Mapping, any text or logo you add will be engraved fairly deeply, since we're using the raster setting to cut a pocket for the component to sit in. If you want to cut a ton of these out, you can optimize things so any logos are engraved quickly at a high speed setting, and the pockets are cut at the slower speed (hence, deeper).
If you add or modify any paths that should be cut, remember that the Epilog print driver requires vector cuts be indicated by thin lines (e.g., 0.002”).
Step 2: Cut the Lead Bender
Resolution: 300 DPI
Raster: 10% speed/100% power
Vector: 8% speed/100% power/5000Hz Frequency
This is a much slower raster setting than usual, but we're carving out material deeply rather than engraving.
(As mentioned earlier, you could optimize this process by using Color Mapping; adding Air Assist would probably allow an increase in raster speed, for example.)
As with most laser cutting of acrylic, leave the protective covering on the back of the acrylic for cleaner edges.