To add on to my previous comment - while the ink flow seems good for the trace sizes you’re shooting for, it does look like you may have a bit of backlash in your system which is leading to the gaps between adjacent traces.
It’s easiest to see backlash in diagonal multi-pass traces, and multi-pass circular outlines - both of which your print has. I’ll show up as an edge-to-edge difference in spacing between adjacent lines.
We calibrate backlash internally for each unit, but it looks like your V-One may still have some residual amount of backlash after the compensation we’ve done. If you’re concerned about the gaps, you can adjust the backlash compensation by following the procedure in this article:
Alternatively, you can get an estimate of the backlash from your print, if you have a camera for which you know the magnification and pixel size (or have a good physical reference).
Measuring the edge-to-edge distances (w1 and w2) and dividing their difference by 2 (Δw/2) will give you a ballpark for the amount of backlash in your system.
I wouldn’t worry too much, since it’s unlikely that small amount of backlash would cause alignment problems, but if it is something you’re concerned about you have a path forward.