Yesterday while printing a boardgame organizer insert, I noticed that several items on the far right of the cut came out completely misaligned, But only after a certain point in the cutting process. I was cutting several rectangular items at one time and it appeared that the printhead lost calibration about 3/4 of the way through.
So, I decided today to try out calibration to make sure that the alignment was good and see where in the process the error occurred.
I printed several copies of the gift template, one in each corner of the material and one right after a fouled template print. I’m attaching sequential screenshots below.
As far as I can tell, anything within about a quarter of an inch of the far right limit on the print area causes the head of the laser to bump and throw off the entire print from that point forward. That includes any prints started after the failed print without recalibrating.
Before the final print at the bottom right, I actually recalibrated, leveled everything again, and still had the same issue
Anyone have any thoughts?