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  1. Check and make sure your target is flat. Next be aware that leaving heat in an area for too long will cause it to curl like a patato chip, these are ususally just differetn shades of grey, if your unit is not tracking correctly you may be looking for another unit?
  2. Are you sure the upload was in inch or metric, that could do it, one of the settings is on the Vector upload page and one in the parameters. It also could be that nothing inside your object is closed and it is only reading the largest closed object, your border? Change the line spacing in the hatch setup page to .020" so you may have some idea of what you are delaing wiht?
  3. Just load your DFX, take the cover off the lense, power up, just manually move the head up and down until the red dot is on the red line, that is your focal point, if you do not have that right you will not know it is running. Keep your fingers out of the area and hit the "RED" button, lower center left, that will show yout the location of the burn. Push the "RED" button again to turn it off then push the button next to the RED one and it will do the print. Most everyting else is HATCH, several good videos on YOUTUBE. Have fun!
  4. Hello, kInd of new to EZCAD2. Began uploading DXF files ran a few parts fine once I figured out some of the settigs. Now I am working on a file that is just a simple letter print, 15 letters or so, and no mattter what I do the hatch leaves out two or three letters or fills in the P, A or R. I generarted the DXF on my CAM(Esprit) via a customer file and I just atarted using CorellDraw, exact same thing happens from the DXF that created. Been playig with it for a day(way more). it is something in EZCAD, every tweek gives me somemthing less than done, complete letters not hatched or random hatching in the the P and R, mostly just not populating two or three letters. I have created the same DXF file via correlldraw, exact same thing happens so no doubt, it is some tweek in EZCAD2. We are using it on a 30W fiber laser. Tried breaking it up to smaller immages, the way EXCAD2 acts it seems to be a combonation of tweeks, I use a proven file, delete the immage and bring in the DXF as a vecter also tried as a vergin program, same thing. The letters are simple text. .010" width? Let me know if someone has any ideas, probably something simple i am missing?
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