I’ve cut quite a few things on my glowforge now and am finding I have to tweak the preset so called proof grade settings to get consistent cuts any time I use so called proof grade materials. I cut this snowflake using proofgrade maple ply with the proof grade settings and there are quite a few spots that did not cut through. Am I to believe that I can not rely on the settings glowforge set up for their proof grade materials? Between this, the camera issues and the poor fitting and rubbing door (yes the machine is perfectly level) there’s absolutely nothing that sets this machine apart from a cheap Chinese 40 watt laser. Seriously glowforge, get your **** together. I can’t justify telling anyone I know to buy one of these till the machine we bought into is the machine we have.
Anyone else having the same issue with proof grade materials and setting?