Thanks to the kind people here and the great inventors of Maslow I am up and running. In the end I had to make my frame smaller than the stock version due to workspace restrictions. I have some errors in the calibration as the vertical lines are not as vertical art the edges. I’m not surprised with my smaller frame.
Has anyone tried “warping” their sketch before doing the CAM work, like camera lens correction in lightroom etc…? Basically instead of trying to make my maslow perfect, I simply correct for my “errors” at the software stage. (you make a “calibration” for your individual machine, and convert your drawing each time. Maybe this could allow “poor” size frames to perform at near 100% perfect measures).
For example if I know at the edges my vertical line produces 89degrees cuts instead of 90degree cuts, I “convert” my drawing to have on 91 degree lines, to balance out the error of my maslow cuts.
Has anyone tried this?
Do you think it could work?
Would anyone know where to start in Fusion 360?