Based on the nature of a CNC device like the glowforge, I was very surprised by this bug. (At least I’m hoping it’s not a hardware issue.)
I was trying my first attempt at double sided printing today. I’m doing a series of tiles that have a simple scored pattern on one side and engravings on the other. My file has both sides, but I ignored the layers for the front and I first scored the back. I then cut out a rectangle that was the size of all the tiles plus a bit more for good measure.
My hope was to then carefully flip the cut out part and then swap the ignored layers and do the engraving and cutting of the tiles. Theoretically it would align perfectly. However when I got to this step I found that even though the file was a perfect rectangle, it cut at a slightly skewed angle. So when I placed it back into the space it fit on one side, but not the other. There was about a 1/4" gap on one side.
Has anyone else run into a problem like this?