If your images are coming out jagged on one side, if your circles are staggered- then you might want to square your gantry.
We have a video on the process but also a text version below.
First to check, unlock the gantry and pull it to the front of machine
Below the gantry on either side will be silver endcaps on the rails, does the gantry touch those evenly without holding it there?
If one side has a gap before it touches the rail then you want to square the gantry.
To square the gantry you want to access the control rail at the back of the workspace. This will be behind the shroud, so we should remove that first.
Using the 2.5mm hex key unscrew the 3 screws atop the shroud. Secure for reinstallation later. Lean the shroud forward, and angle to pull out and up of the workspace. You may need to remove the Honeycomb Tray beforehand.
Now below the laser tube is the silver control rod for the X-axis gantry. Near one end of the rod will be the collar. You want to loosen but not remove the screws or the collar itself.
Once the collar is loosened you should be able to move the right and left sides of the X-axis gantry independently. Push the gantry toward the front of the system so it touches those silver end-caps. You may need to hold it in place so it's evenly touching both. Once held in place, tighten the screws on the collar and your gantry will now be squared.
Replace shroud and you should be able to run you machine smoothly.
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