@LightBurn & @raykholo
Ok, so I’ve tried the supplied camera alignment file and I can confirm it’s not related to the file or any specific settings. After I knew I could reproduce it with the full file I trimmed it down to just one of the targets and started testing. A wide variety of cut settings gave roughly the same results with that weird slant.
Next I thought I’d try with the settings from the provided alignment file but with something else. First I tried a simple circle and that turned out fine. Even with the outline traced afterwards, it lined up perfectly. A square worked fine as well. Even a basic triangle was fine.
So then I thought I would rule out that it’s the file given (don’t worry, I trust you @LightBurn, just gotta due my due diligence) so I redrew the target shape in InkScape and ran that… sure enough, it also has the same issue.
This was done at 3000 mm/min.
Out of curiosity, I tried much slower, 700 mm/min and sure enough the issue was much less apparent.
Given that it’s speed related I wonder if it’s semi related to the scan offset option that’s available in device settings. It does seem like the laser is lagging ahead or behind. But it’s weird that it’s specifically with pie shape. On another whim I wondered if it required having the radius on the long side, so I tried it again with a right triangle this time (last triangle was equilateral). And sure enough:
And the problem even scales with size. What’s weird is that the laser was firing in both directions so I’m not really sure how to tell if it’s firing ahead or behind where it should. And more… WHY only with this type of shape.
At least basic cutting and anything that’s not this specific shape seems to work without issue