I have been ignoring this for a little while thinking it would go away like a long and drawn out cold. But when I did a test print today, I can see very clearly that my Y-Axis (left to right in the picture) is not working properly. The image is supposed to be of a 4"x4" square with 1/2"x1/2" square holes and a single 1" diameter hole in the center. it looks like it’s consistently .08"-.09" off regardless of scale. So it’s the same amount off on the 1/2" square hole as it is on the 4" square. You can see that the circle is oblong but in a symmetrical fashion. I am getting this consistently.
I have checked for missing teeth and the belt tension I have played with. But it’s too consistent for random skipping. One other note, when I move the table by hand in the Y axis, there is this noticeable tug at several locations. It’s almost as if the rods are bent, but I don’t think that’s the case. Now that I am writing this I will take them out and check.