[Lab] Laser Leveling

Darcy Whyte darcy at siteware.com
Wed Nov 26 20:22:51 EST 2014


You're exactly right. It's to be "leveled" with the gantry movement.

And when I looked at it yesterday it was fine.

The issue is that when the cutting tray is lifted in and out, stuff can get
in the little holes where the tray feet go. So when the tray is replaced it
can be out of kilter...

So no action is required on leveling except perhaps to make sure people are
aware that the tray needs to be sitting flat in the fixture...

Darcy Whyte

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On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 8:18 PM, Ryan Stec <ryanstec at artengine.ca> wrote:

> This may seem like an obvious question, but when considering the leveling
> what is the bed being leveled too? Wouldn't the key issue be whether it is
> level to the movement of the laser, and if the bed is off level because the
> machine/table/floor is off-level the most important things is really that
> they are parallel rather than level? or is this another issue to do with
> the specific functioning of the laser mechanism?
> Ryan Stec
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