Has anyone else had a tiny gap in the ground trace running along the bottom of their circuit, right below the 180Ω?
(See image below for the location on a good print – I didn't think to photograph my bad one till after reflow):
I just got my V-One and printed the Hello World circuit a few days ago with Voltera software v0.6.5. That ground net is split into two separate traces in the software, and when the circuit was printing, I noticed that there was a slight pause when it got to that point. I hoped for the best and continued with the tutorial – baking the ink, adding solder paste, and reflowing with the components. Sure enough, when I attached the battery, nothing lit up. I took an ohmmeter and found that there was indeed an open trace across that point. I tried my best to 'rework' that point, first by directly depositing solder and then by trying to solder a bit of solid wire across it, but nothing would stick. I think it just made the gap worse. Here's a photo after all my attempts:
I'm guessing this is beyond repair. Not a big deal – that's what tutorial projects are for, after all – but is the team aware of the software issue? Any advice for how to repair future open traces for baked ink, in general?