Clarity is obviously not my forte. Sorry.
Any unbroken oval in LB is cutting jerky.
I only used RD to see if it was my machine that was acting up. It was not the machine.
Jerky cutting is specific to LB regardless of whether the oval was made in LB or RDworks.
RD cuts any oval smoothly.
As of today I cannot duplicate the error. Must have been a setting? perhaps in one of the layers I was using? Offset?
The problem was how LB was handling the continuous oval vs the segmented one. Whether it was drawn in LB or RD didn’t make a difference.
As far as the speed setting. I was using 400mm/sec 1000 did the same but I don’t use 1000.
I DO use 400 especially if I have a 1.5 in lens on and want to cut cardboard cleanly for example. I just do it several times real fast at lower power…minimal charring. Not really necessary as I do have 180 watts available and medium speed is sufficient. Just found a bug and was attempting to report it.
So instead of finding the cause while trying to duplicate the problem I did find today that the maximum speed setting that resulted in higher speed was 922. 923 and up caused the machine to slow down. Don’t ask for file as I cannot duplicate the problem…AGAIN! But I did work my way up to that number over many trials when I found that 1000 was slow.
Oh, additionally, I cannot get LB to cut a continuous circle if it is segmented by using any combination of optimizations. Don’t know what happened there either.
I never quit though, so you will probably hear back from me on this. Not trying to find bugs but when they happen I will get in touch. I imagine you want to know when something is amok but I’ll try to get more scientific about it.