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Camera Kit for Creality Falcon2 Engravers


Welcome to the support page for the Geeks At Large Camera Kit for Creality Falcon2 Engravers.  Based on our xTool kit, our camera kit should fit all Creality Falcon2 models.  They setup the same way as, as the Creality Falcon2 and xTool D1 frames are nearly identical.   If you’re having problems setting up our camera kit for Creality Falcon2 engravers, this is the first place to look.
Creality Falcon2 Camera Kit



  • Will this kit work with an Creality Falcon2 with extension rails?
    • No, I’m afraid not
  • Why are all these instructions referencing xTool machines?!? 
    • Because the Creality Falcon2 frame is nearly identical to the xTool D11 Series frame, making the installation identical for both machines.


  • You need no additional software other than Lightburn


Hardware Assembly

Lightburn Setup



  • Why are my scores way too high during calibration?
    • Poor lighting – Lightburn can see the calibration pattern well
    • Calibration pattern too big/small – Best to have the grid pattern printed at a size of 3×5 or 4×6
    • Calibration pattern upside down – Yes, there is an up side and a down side
    • Lightburn’s image processing mode – Sometimes, it doesn’t work well and the system default is better
    • Your honeycomb or some other object with an obvious pattern is visible – Lightburn is looking for a pattern, don’t give it more than the one it’s supposed to see
  • Everything was fine during calibration, but it was way off when I tried to engrave something
    • Camera setups need you to be using Absolute Coordinates and homing your machine with the Home button.  You not homing the machine before alignment calibration or running your job will cause your artwork to not align correctly. 
    • As material get closer/farther away from the camera, their size/position changes in the camera.  Just as the size and position of your hand changes when you move it closer/father from your face.  Lightburn cannot compensate for this on its own.  You need to run an alignment calibration at your material’s height.  You save the alignments and recall them later as needed, making a library to use so that you’re not stuck having to run alignment calibrations all the time.
    • Like the above, any time the camera position is changed relative to the engraving area, the alignment will be off.   Be sure that the screws holding the brackets are snug, that the brackets have firm grip on the engraver’s frame, and that your laser is on a stable base.