Calibrate the Distant-View Camera for xTool P2

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About Positioning Accuracy

  • There is a difference between the position of the design and that of the actual processing.
  • The higher the accuracy, the smaller that difference would be, and vice versa. This is called positioning accuracy.
  • When you put the material at the center of the processing area and choose the slats flat mode, if you find the error of the positioning accuracy is larger than 2mm, please follow the steps below to troubleshoot:


Before Troubleshooting

  1. Make sure that the material is flat and not warped.
  2. Ensure that the slates are installed in place without any unevenness.
  3. Check whether the distant-view camera module is loose. If so, please tighten the screws.


How to Confirm

The error in the measurement will also result in an error in positioning. Manually input the thickness to rule out the error caused by the measurement before troubleshooting further.
  1. Change the processing mode to slats flat mode on XCS.
  2. Input the accurate thickness manually.
  3. Test processing and check the dimensional accuracy of the camera.
  • If the positioning accuracy is good enough after manually inputting the thickness, the calibration of the quick measure is needed. Please refer to the guidance for calibrating the P2 quick measurement to calibrate the distance measurement function again.
  • If the issue persists, please refer to the video tutorial to calibrate the dimensional accuracy of the camera.




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