After a bumpy start getting the forge online, I downloaded a simple test file (an oval with a box around it).
Successfully uploaded via the laptop and ran the job. Just a simple score on some heavy 0.20 mm card stock. Forge, scanned processed and reported ready to print.
Unfortunately, it looks like the forge has a, for lack of a better description, dragging right stepper. While the job is running, the right and left side of the gantry appear to be out of sync. One moves before the other. Kind of like a duck waddle.
Below is bed image before print.
Below is result of 2 attempts (rotated stock between runs)
I have noticed that whenever I turn on the machine, it goes through its calibration “dance” and the final move always results in the right side of the gantry being skewed tight against the back of the unit, while the left side is about 2-3 mm away from the back. The effect is that the gantry arm is not parallel to the chassis. I have followed the re-set instructions several times, centered head etc., always with the same result.