I have a couple problems.
I setup the GF using the Medium Maple Hardwood Finished, but later switched to a 1/8th of an inch baltic burch that I found on Esty.
After the settings are in the Medium Maple Hardwood Finished, I upload my design.
This is the design I made in Affinity Photo and export as SVG.
Which looks like this in the GFUI
After I Set Focus on the middle of the temple to get the alignment correct. I take out the small piece of Medium Maple Hardwood Finished with the QR code on it out of the machine. GFUI Scans the area and becomes ready.
Engraving with these settings:
During the print (as I have tried three times but only showing on this image two passes canceled midway) that the print head bumps into the side of the arm on the left in this video.
The engraving is very wavy and not crisp. I started the document 12in x 20in with 300 DPI, and exported as SVG with 300 DPI so I don’t understand why it looks like this?
Here is the SVG file I have made and exported from Affinity Photo.
I thought the wavyness could be that the machine may need to be cleaned as I got it in the end of November 2019, and having cleaned it. I don’t understand why the wavy patterns are happening. I don’t understand why its hitting the side of the arm on the left unless its not really focusing or aligning right. Or its a combination of other things I’m not yet familiar with.
I have to get this working because it needs to be done by tomorrow or otherwise I lose this client. Its pretty lame right now.