# Hello, all ok finally I made possible to test first job...

Hello,

all ok finally I made possible to test first job… now I have another problem with the size…

I’m using a a5 laser engraver… first test came too big even if all is set ok. After I had a suggestion: type \$\$ and change \$100 and \$101 both from 250 to 80

Now I get an image with wrong proportions… I try to do a test of a square and I get a rectangule, all images are “pressed” when engraved.

Screen shows it ok.

what’s wrong?

thank you

Is this an SVG?

Post an image of said distortion

Type \$\$ in the console and post the complete result

@Ariel_Yahni_UniKpty
\$\$
\$0=10
\$1=25
\$2=0
\$3=0
\$4=0
\$5=0
\$6=0
\$10=1
\$11=0.010
\$12=0.002
\$13=0
\$20=0
\$21=0
\$22=0
\$23=0
\$24=25.000
\$25=500.000
\$26=250
\$27=1.000
\$30=1000
\$31=0
\$32=0
\$100=80.000
\$101=80.000
\$102=250.000
\$110=500.000
\$111=500.000
\$112=500.000
\$120=10.000
\$121=10.000
\$122=10.000
\$130=200.000
\$131=200.000
\$132=200.000

I will assume that the distortion is on the Y axis per the image. You need to confirm that the correct value for \$101=80. So do the following.

Place a mark in the current location of the Y axis plates then jog 100mm in the Y axis and measure the distance traveled. If it’s not 100mm then you need to calibrate that

@Ariel_Yahni_UniKpty original value for both 101 and 100 was 250… .do I put again it to 250?

No, do the procedure I said above. Yo can do it for both axis and make anotación for the distance

@Ariel_Yahni_UniKpty I’ve done it for both X and Y axis… it is ok

Really strange , can you post a screenshot of the LW operation generated ( the whole screen )

@Ariel_Yahni_UniKpty draw in the screen is perfect!!

If you can post the screenshot with the generated gcode