Rita’s suggestion said make sure everything is clean and try it again.
For a long time I had problems with Medium Draftboard amd Medium Maple Ply not cutting all the way through. Thick DB worked fine though. I took the advice to just slow the speed down by 10% and that was working pretty well. I noticed a lot of posts about PG not cutting through so last week I did a thorough cleaning and ran a test of the founders ruler so I could post my results to the forum and hopefully get support to fix my PG issue. It worked flawlessly so I didn’t pursue it any further. Thought that perhaps there had been some tweaking going on by GF.
Since that test I have run one project on Medium Maple Ply and it was perfect. I did another small engrave test on Medium Maple Ply and that was fine. That is all that has happened since my last cleaning of the machine.
The Medium Clear Acrylic didn’t cut anywhere near through at any point. Even though I have not cleaned the lenses and mirrors since last week (only about 20-30 minutes of print time since) I think that this print is completely off.
BTW I’m not ranting, in case this comes across as being angry, I’m not.
I tried the print again slowing the speed down by 10% and it cut fine. So with PG acrylic I feel like I’m back to square one and that I’ll have to adjust the speed for each job. First world problem I know, however if I need to manually adjust every job what is the point of PG? Especially if some PG works fine and some doesn’t.
PG Medium Maple Ply = Perfect.
PG Medium Clear Acrylic = Not so good.