ADJUSTING CUT DIMENSION SETTING

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Pete Cyr
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Location: Suffolk Virginia
Country: United States
Laser Machine Make or Type: Boss 1630
Laser Power: 100w
Laser Bed Size: 16"x30"
Home Position: TR
Control Software: RDWORKS
RDWorks Version: v8.01.18
Ruida Controller: RDC6442
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ADJUSTING CUT DIMENSION SETTING

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Post by Pete Cyr » Mar 7th, '19, 17:52

Cut Accuracy off slightly?

I have listed the steps to adjust the step length. A vernier caliper that will read in mm makes this process easier. (and you really need to enter dimensions using 2 decimal places 0.00 mm)
I prefer to cut a thin piece of wood 100mm x 100mm to ease the data input - if you cut a larger square you must correct the value entered into the block shown in the pic because it is really a percentage....so using a 100mm square removes the need for additional math.
If you perform this process 2 or 3 time you will find the accuracy gets better and then worse. That is a function of the machine trying to over correct for an accuracy that exceeds capability of the steppers/servos/belts etc. when you get to 99.94mm or there about I recommend calling it good(the error at that point is 0.0023" for those that use the old system-like me).
You might be able to get to 99.98. But with a beam size of 0.004 -0.006 you are not likely to see the difference.
Don't forget to READ and then WRITE
Adjust Cut Length to be = to design length (1).pdf
After validating the precise movement of you machine check the reverse interval following the process in the link below

https://cartonus.com/how-to-improve-eng ... r-machine/

or download
How-to-Improve-Engraving-Quality-of-Laser-Machine.pdf
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Location - VA
Equipment - Boss Laser 1630
Power - 100W
Laser Bed Size - 16" x 30"
Home Position - TR
Full RDWorks Version - v8.01.18
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