Adrian wrote:Are you going by the preview or have you tried cutting it? If you're going by the preview then it looks like the preview resolution is far too low to me. Have a look on the Toolpaths menu at Preview Simulation Quality.
Adrian wrote:Toolpaths menu, Preview Simulation Quality. Set it to Maximum and run the preview again.
Could you attach a file (copyright permitting) that shows the issue? It's hard to give advice from just the picture as there are so many things that could be up.
martin54 wrote:When your cutting things like small text & graphics it can be a bit of a strain on the machine, even though you may not be cutting very deep the machine is making lots of sudden changes in direction so things like rigidity & tool deflection come into play more.
Often slowing things down can help with this, t will also help reduce tear out. Try slowing things right down to see if that makes any difference, if it does then you can experiment slowly inceasing your feed settings until you are happy with both the carving & the time it takes.
Can't be sure if there is a warning message but be aware that the higher you set the toolpath simulation resolution the longer the simulation takes to run. On a high end machine it's not a problem but on an older Computer it can make a big difference.
ezurick wrote:...... Or more complexity for the customer?
highpockets wrote:I use to think it belonged under the View tab, but as I thought about it, it's related to the Toolpath area so, that works too.
TReischl wrote:ezurick wrote:...... Or more complexity for the customer?
Yup, that is exactly why they do it. One thing software people hate is having more customers. Just makes life harder for them. The more complex the better.