LightBurn. Using a Ruida Controller. CO2.
Kerf offset works as expected on uncontained objects. A hole for a tab, for example, all by itself.
When the hole is place inside an object on the same layer the kerf offset function malfunctions.
If the kerf is offset to the positive the hole gets smaller and smaller with each increase until 0.800 then the it changes to more normal and the holed gets bigger again.
If it offset to the negative the hole gets bigger and bigger as the kerf offset gets more negative. It doesn’t change back to normal like it did in the positive direction
If the hole is on a different layer it function normally.
I would post a simple file for you …but. not allowed. ???
I have waste innumerable hours trying to figure out why my tabs were not fitting properly.
The solution is to place the holes on a different layer but who would know to do that?
I am going to post on FB as well.