Another useful tool - height calibrate proximal arm
  • When you change the size of object you're printing on, or change pen brand, you usually need to re-adjust the proximal arm height.  You do this in order to make the distal arm horizontal when the pen is resting on the egg.

    After gluing a scale to the edge of the proximal arm, as show below, write down the setting for each object for future reference.  A regular Avery adhesive label seems to have enough stickum to stay in place.  Time will tell.

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    And eyeball the setting using any straight object (pencil, ruler, etc.) resting on the two side frame tops.
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  • That is a cool trick-- and not one that I've seen before!