Not sure what’s going on. I’ve loved using the Snapmarks and have used them quite a lot. I’ve made a bunch of foam board airplanes which is always fun.
I have found foam board to be a very cost effective solution to making forms for projects. The foam board comes in 20x30 inch sheets which is just wide enough to use the passthrough slot and I have been able to use the Snapmarks to align prints so large that they take up the full 20x30 sheet.
Right now I’m trying to print out a form for a logo. I have printed out all of the logo parts and pieces, now I just need the form to correctly align them all on the wall. I have tried with white foam board and brown. I would even spend money buying a Proofgrade product to make the form out of, but there isn’t a product large enough for me to do that with.
Here are two pictures: a picture showing the Snapmark on the foam board (using the same settings I have used many times) and a picture showing the Snapmarks printed running the lid camera calibration. You can clearly see that where the Snapmarks print in the upper corners, the lens is very out of focus and unable to find the marks.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.