Something strange happened this evening - I was cutting a pass-through slot project(3rd or 4th - following the tutorial set up by Jules which probably doesn’t matter, because it could be any file where you have a few cuts set to “Ignore” and you run each one in succession.
On the 2nd set of cuts, around 8:40 pm MST, I ran a Score, followed by a cut.
While the head was moving over to measure the material before the Score I heard a crunching noise like wood splintering. Could not see any problems and started the print.
The Scores that ran were not even touching the first set that I printed previously. Now I had tapped the Left Arrow key 2 times withOUT holding shift in order to move the score lines, but they jumped a lot farther than they should have. In all my time setting things up, 2 taps of the arrow keys do not move files by 6-7 mm.
The 2nd cut was now 1/4-inch to the left, something that’s never happened on other multi-cut prints that I’ve done.
I removed the material from the bed, restarted the GF, deleted the file and uploaded a new one and the laser now seems to just print 1/4 inch to the left
I’ve now reprinted on new material and every cut is farther to the left than expected, but no crunching noise and the cuts have lined up between pausing, ignoring, starting next part of the layered file.
I’m not sure if there’s anything you can do, Support, but maybe you’ll see something on the secret back end?