# Carve is a 10th of size

This is my second xcarve 1000. Original works fine. I am trying to smooth out an additional wasteboard, Size is right in preview, but when it cuts it is way small. Happened when i tried to do a carve. Setup was 7 inches and it cut it 7mm. I looked and it was in the right scale, in fact made the carve today on the other xcarve. Not sure where to look, I think this is something simple, test carve worked ok, I didn’t actually carve it, wanted to make sure the machine moved. Any ideas?

Can you post your grbl settings?

Not sure what you are asking. I took a picture of what I think you are asking but I can’t upload.

\$0=10
1=0
2=0
3=3
4=0
5=0
6=9
10=115
11=.020
12=.002
13=0
20=0
21=0
22=0
23=0
24=25.
25=750.
26=250
26=1.
30=1
31=0
32=0
100=40
101=40
102=188.976
110=8000
111=8000
112=500
120=500
121=500
122=50
130=790
131=790
132=100
Ver 1.1

I also used this laptop as my backup when my current computer crashed, and this was my original computer for my first xcarve.

If you jog 100mm, is the motion actually 100mm?

Can you share the project file or gcode?

1" .1 and .01 are accordingly. The jog is good. I can try to share the file. I am going to call easel tomorrow.

I just measured my movement. The z is moving correctly, but the x and y are moving like and 1/8" when set to the 1" jog. I have the spindle drive and was told by inventables that I need to adjust my \$100 and \$101

Find your current \$100 and \$101 value.

Use the formulae:
(\$100 / distance carved) * commanded carve = new \$100 value

is the \$100 and the \$101 suppose to be always the same value?

Its common as the drive chain for either is the same.
\$102 is usually different as its screw-based (Z)

Thank You