I have 3 lenses, how do I set the param for each in LB? 112x112
Each lens has a file that contains a lenses correction values.
You are asked when you create a new device if you wish to import a EZCad2 configuration file. This is what initially populates these fields…
If that’s what you’re asking…?
When I download the markcfg7 file it shows the 174x174 lens config. How can I change it to the 112x112 & 174x174 lenses
Did you purchase these lenses with your machine?
If you did not, you will have to create the files yourself…
Yes, they came with my laser, I have the settings and can put them in the param in ezcad2. How do I create the files?
If you have the files from the manufacture, create a new device, then import the proper file for that lens.
If all 3 lenses came with the laser, and were supposed to be set up, there should probably be 3 ezcads like ezcad2-174, ezcad2-112, etc. The makcfg7 files for each lens should be in each respective folder/ sub folder. At least that is the way mine came. One ezcad per lens, not like LB
What a waste…
Go back and watch LE’s videos, Kyle shows the same thing. Heck of a board for such lame software.
I really like LB.
Figured it out, went to devices and added one, then to edit/devices settings and put in the params for the lens.
Cool. Where did you get the parameters for the lens?
They came with my laser and lenses.
You should not have to modify anything related to lenses in the device settings. These are set when you import an EZCad2 file when the device is created…
It is the first step after you select the laser/control board in the device setup.
Glad you got it working, but I think they way you did it was much more painful than need be.
If it works, great!
Just curious, they (the seller) gave you the scale, bulge, skew, trapezoid corrections for each lens in a document instead of a markcfg7 file?
Yes, if you look at my original post. I posted the parameters they sent for each lens.
The screenshot appears to be from EZCad, so it was loaded from the config file.
Doing it by hand is not recommended, very error prone. You should not need to enter them manually.
I was just curious because they were screenshots of the Markcfg7 files.