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Thank you so much for responding!Double checked my dimensions, they're accurate to within a few millimeters. Tried inverting (going + instead of -), same issue. The only thing I'm curious about, does it matter that my camera sits about 20-25 mm higher than the lasers?
I'm having some calibration issues with this. I have aligned the lasers, centered the camera, and yet when I scan, I get a pretty clear view of the table, the table support, and a massive random cloud where the calibration teardrop should be. Anyone point me to a forum for some more info?If it helps, I've tried dropping to one single laser, only succeeded in turning the table support into a total screw up as well (from what the camera sees), I've made sure the laser is vertical and centered, and the camera is a 720p logitech. I've tried a couple tables, one glossy, the rest matte. The correciton step, once I do a quick scan, looks like a misformed star, and when I had four lasers operating, none of them were even similar. All were random with spikes and dips. I have no idea what I'm doing wrong, but it's driving me crazy.
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