Scribit Calibration is an important procedure that should be done after installing the robot, it affects the accuracy of Scribit on the selected surface.
The goal of the Calibration is to place Scribit at its Zero Point, which is the point where any drawing and erasing will start from.
Read more to understand the pros and cons of both calibration methods.
You can calibrate your Scribit manually after marking the point zero by adjusting the pulleys and place the robot on that mark.
- Pros: The manual calibration gives you more accuracy and the ability to check if your Scribit is set up correctly, the more precise you are the better results you will get.
- Cons: Finding point zero manually will make you rotate the wheels using your hands.
The automatic calibration is a feature that given a specific pattern and some measures to find the initial point, after installing Scribit on a surface, the user can choose this option and Scribit will calculate the area and find the point zero automatically.
- Pros: A simple click without physical effort and Scribit will find its home point.
- Cons: The accuracy rate of this feature is not 100% guaranteed since this depends on many factors, including installation specifications and the user's surface.
Warning: This feature is still beta, we highly recommend trying more than once for better results!