I'm new to using my Cameo 4. I'm trying to cut out some reflective equilateral triangles from fabric and heat transfer vinyl.
I'm able to cut all sorts of other shapes from this material, including some shark shapes that came with the software, and some different plant shapes that looked good as well. They all looked exactly how they looked in the software.
However, for some reason, my hollow equilateral triangles (yield signs) are not cutting very well. One side is always narrower than the others and it looks odd. I tried flipping the shape over to see if that made a difference, but it did not. I have every reason to believe that the PNG or SVG files that I'm using have equal sides. I double-checked this in Figma, where I generated the shapes.
So, I just don't know what I might be doing wrong, or where I'm possibly missing something, or misusing the machine somehow.
Do you have any ideas or things to check?