rapidskate wrote:Are you using dust collection “fringes”? I had a much worse problem at first using “fringes” that were too stiff to allow an accurate z plunge. I took it off and problem was solved. I since got more flexible horse hair fringes. Just a thought.
As you get the issue only in some parts of the job, you probably do not have Z issues with the code or the machine.
Wood moves when you remove a lot of material, and you can just try compensating this in order lo limit manual finishing.
How do you hold your material?
A vacuum table is probably the best solution.
You may get better advice from people used to carve wood reliefs, which is generally not my case.
darkclown wrote:Right now I use 6 wooden clamps to hold my pieces down. I thought that would be enough to hold it flat.
LittleGreyMan wrote:See this topic:
ElevationCreations gave an excellent explanation I couldn't write in English.
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