I'm cutting out shapes from 3/4" Baltic Birch (with a black laminate on the face) for my sculptures, and getting uneven depth of profile cuts from one side of each piece to the other. The strange thing is that the right side of each piece being cut, is cut too shallow, requiring me to manually finish the cuts with a hand held Dremel Tool. The spoil board has been leveled. The gantry is level to the spoil board. The collet of the router is also level to the spoil board.This behavior is pretty consistent from one side of a 4'x4" piece of board to the other side. I'm using the OOZnest 1500x1500 with a Dewalt 611 router, Whiteside 1/4" spiral up cut bit. I'm using Vectric Cut2D Pro with the following settings: Board thickness: 0.714 Start depth: 0.025 Total thickness entered: 0.739 Total cut depth entered: 0.739 Individual pass depth: 0.0616 Total passes: 12 Conventional cut Feed rate: 80 ipm Allowance offset: 0.04 Separate last pass No reverse direction No allowance 3D tab thickness: 0.125 3D tab length: 0.35 I've attached a photo so that you can get a better idea of the problem. I can't determine if this is a mechanical problem or a software problem where the last pass is not cutting to full depth. Any ideas?