Thought I may have a Z height issue with the BitZero V2 and setting just the Z height, but now I’m not sure what is going on.
Used BitZero V2 to set the X,Y,Z zero on a test piece.
Set the piece to use a 1/4" end mill to cut a 1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" and 3/4" slot.
As the slots were cut, the depths became significantly off. 1/8" started out being about right on. .25 was .28, .375 was .446, .5 was .593, .625 was .722 and .75 was .866
Attached pictures showing this. This issue did not start until I started using the BitZero V2. Not sure if it is a software issue with the upgrade to new version of Carbide Motion for the new BitZero, or if there may be some hardware issue with motor for Z axis? Any ideas?