How to Align The Center of The Artist Module with The Center of The Laser Module in LaserPecker LX1?

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Data Offset Correction Guide

The data offset correction is used to correct the central points inconsistency in the Artist Module and Laser Module, so that the central point of engraving or painting is consistent.

 

How to fill in the value of [Data Offset] in file settings?

1. Understand the corresponding relationship between the X and Y axes of the machine and the interface of the mobile application. Ensure your direction and the machine placement are consistent with the figure below.

Understand the corresponding relationship between the X and Y axes of the machine and the interface of the mobile application

2. After confirming the corresponding relationship, prepare a piece of A4 paper or cardboard. Draw a rectangle on the artboard in the mobile application as shown:

Draw a rectangle on the artboard in the mobile application

3. Create a rectangle by the Laser Module. Do not change the engraving elements in the application interface, as shown below:

Create a rectangle by the Laser Module

4. Switch to the Artist Module from the Laser Module (here the blue paintbrush is used for differentiation), and draw another rectangle same as the previous one. Then there will be 2 rectangles on the A4 paper as shown below:

Switch to the Artist Module from the Laser Module

5. Measure the offset coordinates of respective starting points of rectangles drawn by the Laser Module (the black rectangle) and Artist Module (the blue rectangle) with a ruler. Take point B in the following figure as the benchmark and point A as the reference point to get the X and Y axes values corresponding to the offset from point B to point A. Fill the values in the input boxes of the X and Y axes in [File Settings]-[Data Offset].

Tips: As manual measurement will be subject to error, we recommend that the offset of your cutting diagram be more than 5mm.

Measure the offset coordinates of respective starting points of rectangles drawn by the Laser Module and Artist Module with a ruler

6. Click [Send File], and you will see the black and blue rectangles drawn by the Laser Module and Artist Module overlap in the A4 paper.

Send File

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