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[title] Preparing an Image file forFile for BoXZY
[* black] '''Note:''' The Laser Tab isn't an image editor. Use the image editor of your choice to scale and size images before loading into BoXZY.
[* black] '''Scaling your image.'''
When preparing an image file to Etchetch, you will needwant to havescale your image file scaled relative to BoXZY's native resolution, which is 254resolution: '''254 pixels per inch. '''Note that the BoXZY tab is not aninch (ppi)'''. You can set image editor, especially for scaling. Use theresolution in your image editor ofeditor.
[* icon_note] '''Sizing
your choiceimage.''' When sizing your image file, remember that '''1 pixel = 0.1mm''' to scale and modify images before loading into BoXZY '''BoXZY. For example, if you want your etch to be 20mm wide, you'll need to create an image file that is 200 pixels wide.
[* black] Take note of theBoXZY's orientation of BoXZYshown in the left preview window (shown on the left side of the Preview panefirst image):
[* blue] The blue arrow in the left preview window points to the pulley cover for the Y axisaxis.
[* orange] The orange arrow points to the X/Y HomeX, Y home axes. This is where all images will be first placed when uploadingyou load them.
[* green] The green circle indicates a red crosshaircrosshairs, which shows where the Laser AttachmentHead is physically centered overover.
[* icon_note] You may have to modify your image orientation depending on how you place your material within BoXZY
[* black] When creating your image file to be an exact size you will need to understand that one(1) pixel is 0.1mm
[* icon_reminder] For example, if an image needs to be 20mm wide the file needs to be 200 pixels wide in the file creation program
BoXZY.
[title] Preparing an Image file forFile for BoXZY
[* black] '''Note:''' The Laser Tab isn't an image editor. Use the image editor of your choice to scale and size images before loading into BoXZY.
[* black] '''Scaling your image.'''
When preparing an image file to Etchetch, you will needwant to havescale your image file scaled relative to BoXZY's native resolution, which is 254resolution: '''254 pixels per inch. '''Note that the BoXZY tab is not aninch (ppi)'''. You can set image editor, especially for scaling. Use theresolution in your image editor ofeditor.
[* icon_note] '''Sizing
your choiceimage.''' When sizing your image file, remember that '''1 pixel = 0.1mm''' to scale and modify images before loading into BoXZY '''BoXZY. For example, if you want your etch to be 20mm wide, you'll need to create an image file that is 200 pixels wide.
[* black] Take note of theBoXZY's orientation of BoXZYshown in the left preview window (shown on the left side of the Preview panefirst image):
[* blue] The blue arrow in the left preview window points to the pulley cover for the Y axisaxis.
[* orange] The orange arrow points to the X/Y HomeX, Y home axes. This is where all images will be first placed when uploadingyou load them.
[* green] The green circle indicates a red crosshaircrosshairs, which shows where the Laser AttachmentHead is physically centered overover.
[* icon_note] You may have to modify your image orientation depending on how you place your material within BoXZY
[* black] When creating your image file to be an exact size you will need to understand that one(1) pixel is 0.1mm
[* icon_reminder] For example, if an image needs to be 20mm wide the file needs to be 200 pixels wide in the file creation program
BoXZY.