Lens recalibration should only be necessary when changing lenses or the camera is moved.
The Muse Galvos utilize the camera in combination a calibration card to calibrate the camera.
Visit the calibration on your laser at http://fslXXXX.local where XXXX is the last 4 of your serial number or alternatively got http://IPADDRESS/setup where IPADDRESS is the IP address of the machine listed on the touchscreen.
Put the laser into focus. Visit the Troubleshooting/Focus Test page for focusing. It is critical that the laser is in precise focus.
Select the lens type. Selecting the proper lens type defines the working area and is critical. The most common lens is the 160mm or the 254mm lens.
Place a large piece of White paper on the work surface. Use a thin piece of paper not exceeding 0.2mm thick as you don't want your focus to be shifted from where it was found previously.
Place the calibration card against a straight surface at the top edge of the base. It is critical the calibration is straight. The calibration procedure reads the orientation of the tag and corrects for the camera tilt but this depends on the card being parallel with the work area.
Press the Calibrate button. The laser will first draw an expanding red square to find the largest visible extent of your lens. Afterwards, it will move the red dot to various positions across the working field and capture the center location of the