Hate to have to post this. Perhaps something remote can fix the blur.
While I have been able to cut and engrave and score very accurately from my designs, there is something wrong with the lid camera’s ability to recognize the Proofgrade QRC and align things within specs. These tests were from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM CDT Sunday, September 9, 2018.
The tray is seated properly in the dimples with no obstructions. Lid camera lens is clear. Was blurry from the first time I turned it on. It seems this refurbished unit didn’t have any char anywhere, so it was very clean. Glowforge is seated on a flat, level, even surface. It isn’t twisted. Garage door is firmly closed and snug against magnets. Lid seems to be closed evenly all the way around. Material is dead flat.
This is the back of a piece of Proofgrade Draftboard so I would get a pristine surface.
This is an attempt to recognize a brand new sheet of medium cherry plywood from a fresh start after logging off, rebooting and uploading a fresh design to see if I could recognize the QRC. I tried different times to refresh the screen but it never recognized the material.
Aligning some targets on the Proofgrade Draftboard.
It’s fairly blurry, so hard to tell how far off it is at the edges. Normally I am used to seeing the surface of materials fairly clearly.
This was to see how it worked over the whole area.
Here was the first attempt Wednesday to document the situation on Draftboard.
Finally here is a shot of the bed. Look how far to the right I was able to do these scores. Is that normal? And I aligned to the top left edge of GFUI for the top left target. Note how far to the right it is rather than the normal 1/2 inch.