No my machine does not behave like that! There must be some bad commands going to the x axis to make it do that. I think the only way to get it resolved at this point is thru Oliver Machinery, hopefully they can diagnose the problem and resolve it for you. Only thing I can think of would be a bad PC board on the machine but I really have no real idea.
Very new to the 1013 any advice on directly linking the computer to the CNC, and which CAM will work with Rino without spending any more, I bought the ArtCam Express before I learned about the pay as you go Exchange? Also the manual is short on any G-Code details, do you have any better references? Thank you.
Well i always use the normal method setting it seems to go a lot better, at that speed for the comfort carving. I know it requires, more time that way but it results in a better outcome. It almost, seemed like in it clip it was shifting at high-speed.