how importent is it that the beam is in a straight line from last mirror to lens? its like this, if i shoot a alignment shoot with nozzel at sheetmetal level the beam is in center but if i move the head up about 60 mm the beam is off with 0,3 mm( a little more then the beam). The guy that is teaching me the machine say that its not important that its off up there as long as its centerd at sheetmetal level, but i would want it to be better centerd all the way.what do you guys think, am i to picky?
do you align your mirrors your self or is this only for service guys? got only two mirrors, my machine pulls the sheetmetal around and the beam is on same place all the time.
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