Would anything prevent acrylic from cutting?
I can pulse all the way through but when I go to cut on low speeds and high power is only goes through maybe 2mm
I can still cut the same thick in wood, tested 19mm pine @ 65% power and it was fine
But using clear acrylic I get nothing
Could this be some kind of software issue?
Somebody who knows stuff said “* At speeds of Start Speed and below, only the Min power is used.” and I wrote it down. Hope it helps.
This is true. On slow speeds, something like < 10mm/sec, it uses your minimum power value.
I upped the speed and this still didn’t help, or should I be going faster than 16mm/s I heard that under 10mm/s it would use the set power on controller which I also increased
Could something be stopping the wavelength where wood and other materials works good but clear acrylic it doesn’t
In your cut layer, check that min and max power are the same.
Yeah I never had this different went all the way upto 95% and it’s like the beam is just stopping
I also tried lowering the focal point but this didn’t help either
Funny thing is they pulse goes through at 45% and it still cuts all other material
What is Min Power set to? Set Min Power the same as Max Power, if it’s lower. Does it still happen?
Edit: Stroonzo already covered that. Hmm… Check to make sure you don’t have Dot Mode or Perforation mode enabled on your cut layer. An easy way to clear it is click the ‘Reset to Defaults’ button on the cut settings editor, then set Speed & Power again.
I have tried from 40% upto 95% same in min and max
Cutting all other materials normal settings are fine
Are you sure it’s acrylic and not polycarbonate?
I feel stupid now because I went back through my settings and I ran it 5mm/s last time and once I changed to to 70% 5mm/s is cut through
Sorry my OCD was driving me nuts
Glad you resolved your challenge
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