I’m sorry you’re having an unexpected result in your prints in the bottom-right corner of the work area. It looks like you’ve already received some excellent advice from our other community members. Thanks folks! As others have mentioned, doing a very detailed check for any debris that could cause a bump in motion is a great idea.
Since your prints are landing more than ¼” away from where they were positioned in the preview, I agree that recalibrating the camera in your Glowforge would also be a good place to start.
You’ll need a 12” x 20” piece of Proofgrade material with no markings or stickers. The feature was designed to be used with a flat piece of medium Proofgrade Draftboard, used upside-down (with the QR code side down). It may work with other materials that are the same size and use the same print settings as well, like Proofgrade plywood.
It prints a grid of markings, takes a picture, then measures its height in multiple locations. This data is used to make your camera more accurate for future prints.
To get started, click on this link: Launch the Camera Recalibration
Should you finish all of these steps, and find that you have an alignment error of more than 1/4", please measure the accuracy of the camera and send us a screenshot of the results.
Please let us know how it goes!