I’m connected to the machine via what appears to be a good quality 6ft USB cable. It has Ferrules at either end as well as the official USB logo and claims that it conforms to USB 2.0 specifications (I 'm not sure of its authenticity, but at the moment I don’t suspect the cable)
With the video I posted in the first link, I showed that the shifting happens at excruciatingly slow speeds as well, though I may be confusing terms here.
I’ve researched a bit about the overshooting, and what I’ve found is that there’s no way to adjust that myself correct? With my old laser, I had a C3D board, and I was able to adjust the ‘overscanning’, but this board doesn’t show that option on lightburn. Are you suggesting I lower my scan speed? I haven’t tried anything under 400mm/s but more than open to trying
I wasn’t aware flood fill was turned on on the second layer until you pointed it out. I must have accidentally turned it on at some point when trying to select the ‘Fit groups together’ switch. I must have accidentally enabled this over the weekend.
The last time this issue occurred (and I hadn’t seen it again until now) I did have the flood fill option selected as well. I’m not sure what other changes I had done to alleviate the problem, but it may be a factor after all.
Here are my machine settings
Thanks for all the help!