The grid controls how the factory creates its patterns. As mentioned, by default the factory divides your slices into a grid based on their center point. A lot of the time, this is enough to get you up and running, but sometimes it’s not quite what you want. In the example below, it has divided the slices into a 5 by 5 grid. However, visually it would make more sense to divide this into a 5 x 3 grid, grouping the top 5 slices in the same row.
You can solve this by simply picking up the problematic grid borders and dragging them to their desired location. Or you could delete them entirely by hitting backspace. You can also create new borders by ALT dragging an existing border. The factory will continuously update the sequence in real time based on the new grid layout. It will also use the new layout for new sequences and remember which grid layout you used for each sequence.