I’ve noticed that with various images (in this case PNG format), that the Snapmakerjs software doesn’t use the image resolution information when uploading (importing) an image for laser engraving. It simply seems to scale everything by dividing the pixel size of the image by 10.
For example, an image that 200x200 pixels at 72 pixels/inch (i.e. 28.35 px/cm or 2.835 px/mm) is displayed and engraved as 20x20 mm. The actual size of the image should be 2.7x2.7 in. I’ve tried this with several other images at various resolutions (as defined in the PNG file itself). It just divides them by 10. My workaround for images that I want to be at actual size is to simply adjust the size using the “size” boxes in the interface.
It’s entirely possible I’m overlooking something in a setting someplace, or during the image upload import process. Is this by design or would it be considered a bug in the software?
Thanks in advance,