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Originally Posted by FGkouki View Post
Either way it's important to put your cutoff step spacing in the right spot. The step should be placed directly in front of the projector lens at a all distances- the steps should not converge or get spaced too far out at a distance.
What does it mean when they get closer/wider based on distance? Mine do that. I haven't had time to fool with them yet, but if I hadn't read this I wouldn't have know it was abnormal anyway
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