I am fairly new to laser cutting [had my GF only a couple of months now]. Before I open a support ticket, I had a question about width vs height.
Is there usually a difference between the width and the height in a cut. What I mean is that I made a circle in Illustrator that is 1.5" by 1.5", saved as pdf, cut the file… and the resulting disk’s width [according to my digital callipers] varies from 1.5090" to 1.4965". OK… what’s a 1/64th [or less] between friends… but now that I am trying to have disks rotate in cut circles, the disks can not fully rotate because of the slightly ellipsoid shape.
I noticed this on even my first cuts, but wasn’t thinking that I’d need to worry about less than a 1/64th. I have checked that there is no noticeable dust stuff on the rails or belts. Before I contact support, is this difference normal? How close should the two measurements be?