Wasn’t fast enough with the camera to get a shot of it happening… but I just started to do a coin on some scrap material. LOADS of void spaces.
I hit Print, and it goes to “Scanning your material” mode. I happen to walk over and look at the machine while this is happening, and the big red laser dot for scanning my material height is pointing right through a void, WELL away from my actual pending job location.
So, if it did sense the depth, it just picked up a 0.00" or even negative on that one…
Could scanning material maybe happen ON our planned engrave/cut paths somewhere? Or give us a widget to move around which will control where it will scan material (This would be very useful when working with irregular thickness things like rocks and found wood)
EDIT: Okay, coin finished cutting, and apparently the sensor DID sense in the middle of where it decided to cut the job. Which was not where I placed it at all. So, random odd sound I remember hearing had been a mis-alignment happening.
So… different bug report, my head mis-aligned itself. But I haven’t investigated how/why yet.