Looking closely at the cut sign on the right the letters “B” and “R” are cut more deeply than the others are are thereby wider. All letters in both signs were cut at the same settings with the same bit.
My first thought was a difference in board thickness as these are scrap trial pieces and necessarily exactly the same thickness. But they measure much closer than the results would indicate. I don’t think that’s the problem. Next, I surfaced my wasteboard thinking maybe it wasn’t flat. That didn’t help either. I recut them 3 times after making the mechanical adjustments I could think of, with the same results. In each case the same two letters are too deep and too wide. The rest of the letters are good, and the sign with the praying hands is good, including the lettering.
I’m using Vectric V Carve Desktop to design and the font is Times New Roman.
Any help would be greatly appreciated