"I am having an issue when building components in FAB3000 that have angles. When selecting a component at an angle that is not a derivative of 90 degrees, FAB3000 creates an issue where it skews the angle. I have attached a screenshot of the issue. FAB3000 attempts to offset the pads. This is a simple capacitor, but the software has created some sort of "S" shaped pattern around the component. This skews our angles when exporting the centroid data. Is there something we have done to cause this?"
FAB 3000 can typically automatically guess the orientation when working with angles that are a derivative of 90 degrees. When using other angles, you may need to adjust the value in "Verify Rotation" until the component is properly oriented (at 0 degrees) in the Footprint Preview window.
Here's a tutorial showing me assign 5 degrees to "Verify Rotation" to help orient that part to 0 (in the Footprint Preview. Afterwards you should get good results for the components on your PCB.
Here's a somewhat related topic which also may be helpful,