Note：The first-level calibration of the camera modifies the underlying data of the system. Once done, the original data can't be restored. Please proceed with caution. If you are not sure whether the camera needs first-level calibration or not, please contact email@example.com for further advice.
Camera Positioning Error
In the laser flat mode, place a piece of flat material 3mm thick on the baseplate and do a scoring job.
After the processing is complete, click the "Refresh" button. Measure the shift distance between the scored pattern and the designed pattern. That distance is considered to be the position error.
Generally, the error value is less than 1mm when the thickness of the processing material is 3mm.
After the first-level calibration is complete, please calibrate the auto-measurement to avoid significant errors in the measurement result.
This article applies to troubleshooting the issues below.
Large errors in M1 camera positioning.
Significantly deformed baseplate image with M1 camera in laser flat mode.
Camera refreshing failure due to missing calibration file.
Some pieces of A3 white paper.
A transparent or white tape.
One piece of acrylic sheet, A3 size, 3mm thick, or two pieces of acrylic sheet, A4 size, 3mm thick.
Note: The acrylic sheet should have a flat surface, or it will affect the calibration result and the camera positioning accuracy. A3 paper size stands at 297mm*420mm, while A4 is at 210mm*297mm.