Hi! I have a grid of squares for a game board that is printed in pieces and assembled from there.
When I print the pieces of the board so that the lines are scored at an angle, the lines going one direction are slightly further apart than the lines going the other direction. Eventually that adds up to the lines being off by at least the width of the scored line, making it look uneven.
In the file, all the lines are equally spaced and line up as expected, but on multiple prints this is a consistent thing. Notice how the lines toward bottom, where the pieces are connected, line up fine, but then eventually as they go up get off. These are two identical board pieces, but one is rotated to line up with the other. The lines along the edge shown on the left are further apart than the right. And that side of the piece seems to be a little bit longer than the other one, too.
I’m not sure if I’m just missing something and going crazy, if this is something to just be expected and I should try to manually change the source file to correct, or if it’s an actual problem of some sort.
Here’s the source file: