I am working on a two sided engraving/cutting project.
The first small test cut was perfect.
The second large cut was 0.8mm off in the Y axis on the second side.
I blamed that on a shift in the crumb tray. So I anchored the crumb tray.
The third test is off 1mm in the x axis.
I know the system has a ‘homing’ cycle that uses the lid camera and logo on the head.
But what triggers this ‘homing’ cycle?
I am wondering if I am doing something that is triggering the homing cycle and that is the reason for the shift.
I thought so long as I was on the same image upload and graphic placement, that the images should be in sync.
Here is the process I am following.
- Place pocket, front and back image in same .pdf file, each image using a different color.
- Upload file
- Position combined graphic.
- Ignore frong/back images.
- Cut pocket in cardboard.
- Ignore pocket, configure front to cut
- Place wood in pocket
- Run front .
- Fiip wood
- Ignore Front, configure back to cut.
- Run back