At first I thought maybe I am doing something wrong or moving the object or something but now I know it is the machine. I have leather taped down. I made a cut, then realized I forgot to tape a different part, so i cancelled the print, opened it, and placed tape on another part of the leather, and I DID NOT lift or move the leather at all (the tape on the corners would have came up).
I close the printer, let it scan, then do auto focus again so it should be precise. I already notice that the app SVG does not line up with what was just cutout, so I auto focus again, but it still looks like this. I figure maybe it is just a bad image warp (which also is not good and another issue).
But no, it seems like the entire image has moved or something, and when it starts cutting, it cuts over a completed part, now ruining my already scarce leather (thanks to Amazon slowing down shipments).
See pictures. Now, part of this is my fault, I forgot to clear the one cut job that was already complete, but even if i didn’t, it should have cut EXACTLY in the same spot or very very close maybe I could forgive, but it is obviously off.
I was engraving bottle openers and I have 5 ruined bottle openers as well because of this issue and not being able to line up the SVG with the engrave perfectly. The bottle openers have a ‘ghost’ like effect, where it was double printed slightly off.
How do I fix this?? This is unacceptable. Let me also state that this is a NEW machine I’ve only had for about a month!