Hello! And thanks in advance for any advice you can give. I was engraving a cutting board for a friend (which is why I’m in beyond the manual).
I spent hours working on this file, cleaning up nodes and all kinds of crazy. But after I engrave it, there is a thin line across the board. It definitely wasn’t the board, because I checked it beforehand, and when I checked my file, I couldn’t find anything (the line is too prefect to be a break in the wood).
So I go back, and spend a couple of more hours cleaning up the file again, checking everything I could possibly think to check, and I go to print it again.
A million hours later, it’s done, but the line is there (deeper in fact, since I didn’t think the flowers showed up well enough, so I ran just the flowers several times). So, the line is somehow connected to the flowers, but I can’t find it still.
If anyone isn’t too busy with their own projects, can someone help me find the line and get rid of it? I’m already down two cutting boards and like ten hours of engraving time (not even going to mention how long I’ve been in front of the computer trying to work on this). I think a fresh pair of eyes might see my mistake better than I can.
Also, anyone know of anything I can put in that line in order to not have to engrave yet another board? I think I’m going to end up supplying her with enough faulty boards to gift her entire family at Christmas if I keep this up.