My X-Carve is not staying on track when carving and it seems to be overshooting the outline by about a millimeter with each consecutive pass.
For example, if I'm trying to cut out a square, the first pass looks great. Then upon the second pass (and all following passes) the X-Carve overshoots the outline on the Y and X by about a millimeter or so. This is happening even at painfully slow feed rates and shallow depths while cutting outside the line.
I've scoured the forum and tried as many fixes as I could find, including:
Checking/tightening set screws on steppers
Tightening all belts
Checking/adjusting eccentric nuts
Adjusting X and Y trimpots/voltage (as per RobertA_Rieke method)
Calibrating the steppers via Easel's advanced machine setup (as per RobertA_Rieke method); FWIW I only needed to adjust the X calibration, the Y was right on but there was no change in result.
Checking square-ness of the spindle mount (the front X rail is tilted forward very slightly but I haven't done DavidFletcher's fix yet; hoping to avoid that as I'm just trying to build simple boxes and short on time).
Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is, of course, a dire emergency as I have a project due yesterday