I have noticed that when the blade starts cutting a shape, the initial placement of the blade (the place where the tip enters the material) is out of line with the shape. This leads to a small artifact outside the shape. The artifact is especially visible when I use a blade with a large offset (0.7 mm). Since I mostly cut stencils out of acetate, which requires a double cut, this also often leads to a small part that is undercut, and thus still connected to the stencil.
Looking at the behavior of the cutting process, it seams to me that the instructions send to the cutter do not take into account the original angle of the blade. I see the artifact in most cuts (not only the first) so this suggests that the algorithm does not take into account the exiting angle of the blade form the previous shape.
I have noticed, for example, that the Cricut machine straitens the blade before the cut begins, thus the software can keep track of the rotation of the blade at any moment during the cut. Is this not happening in MTC?
Can somebody help me resolve the issue?
I use KNK Max Air for cutting.