One thing you’ll notice over time is that as they make adjustments and updates to the software, there can be a period of time when things at the outside edges of the field can get a little fuzzy for a while.
The camera view that we see on the screen is not the entire picture that they capture, but they are using an algorithm to correct a lot of fisheye effect from the camera, and sometimes what we see is fuzzier than what they see.
It’s a little disconcerting for us, but it doesn’t really affect how well the alignment works or whether the stickers can be read by the camera. You’ll probably notice it gradually get better as more metrics are captured for your machine.
For scanning, the camera is capturing the image even if it looks a little wonky to us. You’re going to get your best results by trying to scan with the image right underneath the lid camera…there’s less distortion there. You can then place the scanned results wherever you want on the material for engraving and cutting.