I’m trying to cut some lightweight balsa and I noticed that due to the acceleration the kerf has different widths along the cut line. It starts wide, with low speed, and then due to the acceleration the width of the kerf gets smaller. With the balsa, that is rather a pronounced artefact.
When I cut other materials, I already noticed that long cuts where less deep in the middle… but going over it a few times solved that.
Now my question. Is it possible to get rid of the acceleration so that I have an even kerf along the complete cut path?