I am engraving 18" maple plywood…
When I change my scan angle to 90 degrees I get a much better burn then at 0 degrees. So I rotated the plywood 90 degrees and kept the scan angle at 0 since it is quite a bit faster. The results are NOT as good as engraving with a 90 degree scan angle.
Can anyone tell me why I am getting consistently better fill engravings using a 90 degree scan angle? Common sense would think that if you rotate the plywood grain 90 degrees at a 0 scan angle you would get the same results… I do not.
Any insight would be terrific!!!