I found when testing small images 50x50mm, I could do 4 easily on the one piece of 150gsm white card, which was my test bed. Ir was easy to do the first print to the front left corner of the platform.
When complete I could turn on the laser Focus again and re-position the beam to the right side of the first image, reset the origin and run the second print and so forth, move the beam further back above the first image set the focus. I could easily print 4 images on the one card.
BTW if you use ordinary 80gsm paper you are likely to burn holes through it depending on how much the laser dwells in the one spot and what power level you are using. That is why I tried 150gsm card.
Despite my terrible photography the greyscale image came out like a photo. As mentioned earlier I am yet to try wood, leather or acrylic materials.
Needless to say I am impressed at what the Snapmaker can do.