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If I understand your question correctly, your asking why your line so to speak is thicker at the tops and bottoms and thin on the sides. Is this correct? Theres nothing you can do about that. Its just the way it is. Its kind of like, if you take a 1/2" X 1/2" block of wood and cut an angle on the end and then measure across the cut, it's not going to be 1/2". Its going to be much longer and the length depends on the angle of the cut. Same idea. For pens, I make my cuts with the band saw and then use strips the thickness of my bandsaw blade. The difference is barely noticeable because the piece is allready so thin.
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