@stephen4 Here are the pics.
In section 1, the white pieces are slightly off from each other. The squares are only 3/8", so anything larger and the angle difference becomes far more noticeable. The piece in front is a Proofgrade cut, and the one in the back is done with a two pass cut using Proofgrade power but at 137% PG speed. This is on a GF Pro as well.
Section 2 shows the angle received from most Proofgrade cuts on most materials, but the example is in the Pink Translucent Acrylic. This cut was done yesterday. The small square is mostly level and was done with a two pass cut at about 138% PG speed.
Section 3 shows the two pass cut in back, and a new sample cut this morning on unedited Proofgrade settings. The angle is not nearly as bad as it was, but it does show very slight 1 or 2 degrees of difference. That’s definitely usable, but the settings hadn’t changed. I’m not sure why the inconsistency, but consistency is what I’m after.
I hope this is helpful.