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Thread: My Carvewright struggles with Cut Path DXF cuts sometimes...Hardware?

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    My Carvewright struggles with DXF cuts sometimes...it will start cutting inward with each pass (which creates a 45 degree angle) It's failing more and more on cut paths. As it cuts, it cuts in closer than I designed it to with each pass. I am inclined to think that it's a hardware issue. I use pine for almost everything I cut. I have been noticing that that the axis that crosses the board (Left and right) is getting jumpy. This is an issue for me as it costs me material.

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    Show some pictures. Are you talking about X tracking issues and stair stepping?

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    How many carving (cut motor) hours do you have? It could be bad/dirty bearing on the Y truck or in the Y gear box.
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    Is it just on DXF vector carves? Try the attached test carve.
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