I have a grid template I cut 0.80" squares out that worked perfectly. Now I’m trying to engrave on the top of the 0.75" blocks I have set into that template grid. But the fisheye is so extreme (these are only 0.75" cubes, but you’d think they were 4" tall by how extreme the warping is at the edges). But my question is, where do I set my images to engrave? Do I set them to engrave as if it’s flat, in the original spots for the squares that I cut for the template or do I engrave them so they look like they’re on top of the blocks via the camera? My gut says to ignore the camera and make it so they look like they’re centered in the “holes” I cut in the template board underneath.
I don’t want to waste a bunch of blocks or mess up my machine. Note that I have done all of the calculations for the correct depth etc since I’m not using the crumbtray.
See the second image for what I think I should do. You can see the light grey square outlines for where the original cuts were, then the icons are centered on them properly, but look totally jacked on the camera.