Last night I created a very simple .svg in Illustrator like I have done many times before. The file consisted of ~50 circles and 2 squares that were a simple 1/8" Plywood Cut.
When I upload the file to the UI it loads and shows a series of arc’s that are very tightly grouped together. However, on the “edit” pane to the Left it shows what appears to be the correct file. I tried resaving the file, creating a few new circles making sure the colors were GF colors etc. I even shut down my GF unplugged my entire Internet (Router, Hub, WiFi Mesh etc.) and my PC to eliminate any possible glitches there. Upon reboot/restart, the file looks the same.
As you can see in the images below the UI looks really odd. The strangest thing is I threw caution to the wind and hit Print anyway… nothing to lose except some Oak Plywood. Next thing I knew the GF was printing the right thing, even though the display was horribly wrong, and even the final cut/capture shows that was is displayed is completely different than what was cut.
Files & Images below.
Had I needed to align this or even begin to know where the laser was going to cut I would have been SOL, clearly there is some sort of new issue with the platform.