I’m using a diode laser with a theoretical .04mm dot. Dot-width correction is explained in detail in a video here: dot-width correction
In the examples, they use a very powerful microscope in order to see and correct dot-width. I’ve looked into inexpensive USB microscopes that make big claims, but I don’t think they would be powerful enough to render a .06mm dot burn at a useful size. The USB Microscope “lie”
Does anyone know of a method to calibrate dot-width without equipment like this, or is the only way to run a bunch of tests and make an aesthetic choice?
Also if there are any mods reading, the 'Check our Documentation" link in the ‘new topic’ dialog is down.