Newbie here - still in the learning phase. I’ve managed to find creative work arounds for everything I’ve come up against so far, but this one still confuses me.
What triggers a raising of the z-axis in certain points of a cut out? For example, the machine runs the outline consistently but will (seemingly randomly) raise the bit on a specific area, preventing an entire cut through.
Is this the same reason that a seemingly consistent design - no visible variations in the cut line - will show up as small cut out spots in Easel until the depth of cut is adjusted past a certain point? Why would it do this if the cut line is solid and the depth uniform?
Any advice/links to explanations would be appreciated.