I’ve been delving into V carving a logo and after a few attempts, I keep having an issue with some of the lines in my vectors not coming out straight. I think the pictures can better explain it than I can.
little areas, like the top of the C in the first picture, should be clean and straight but have those little divots (best word I can come up with) in them. It appears on several areas where there should be a short, straight line, such as the top of the T and the H, but not in all of them. There’s also a little section along the curvature of the C that gets left in for some reason. I’m using Vcarve Pro to create my vectors and their CAM for toolpaths. The vectors are manually traced over a bitmap, rather than using the software to trace or using stock fonts. Neither the vector or Vcarve’s toolpath preview show signs of the little divots.
I’m using C3D’s 0.5 V bit at 16000 rpm, 30 in/min. I ran a complete secondary pass to clean up but there was no difference. Has anyone encountered this before?