reptilesink wrote: ↑
Tue May 01, 2018 7:09 am
It's most likely due to a setting in acrorip.
I think it's original size settings going from memory as I don't have access to it at the moment.
do you try to chang number the code
int stepperFactor = 34; // The total encoder position is divided by this number to calculate motor steps in relationship to encoder movement // Based on microstepping of 800 steps per motor revolution
If the image is distorted then you need to adjust the stepper factor.
The tooth size on the belt pulley will effect the image so needs be be manually adjusted.
If it is squashed then increase the ammount.
If stretched lower the ammount.
The best way to perfect it is print out a square of say 100mmx100mm and measure it after printing.