@Zax Cool, even an option to add .1-3mm additional re-cut on the end of an initial cut would be perfect, much better and faster than doing a whole second pass. It would be a good option that will continue to set this software apart from the others.
@kempo Most colors of felt will cut OK, you should use laser max 255 and feed rate of 80 and do 2 or 3 passes to ensure all fibers are cut. There may be a few still not cut, if so you could go down to 60 for feed rate.
The manual is in the Help menu, or press Shift-F1.
You can save the settings as a Profile so in future it is simple to load them.
@Zax Awesome, thank you very much - I did order it and will have a chance to play with it around the 7th. Again, Thank you for all that you do. A lot of great info i have been getting and learning from all of your post, answers and support in the forum.
@jorgemarmo If you are using a DXF you must reload the file after changing settings, as denoted by the * on all menus that do not take effect until reloading. It is written in the manual "§ DXF Options (note: options marked with * only have an effect at load)"
The hatch is limited by resolution, if your shapes are small it's possible the hatch will overlap slightly but the laser width is 0.1 to 0.15 so the result will not be visible.
@antonio I will ask again, did you load the Grbl 1.1e firmware?
You obviously have one of the axis reversed, make sure your control board is at the back of the machine and then get the direction arrows jogging correctly. Then it must work correctly, if jog is correct then the output will be correct.
I met and talked with Arduino Founder - Banzi before, and also talk to Arduino Org Chine Zone Master - YuRong in the past.
They allowed me to use this kind of arduino nano board for products
and true , due to the AVR patent expired , every one can make their own ATMEGA328P Chip, i know one china factory which make a new 328P chip , the only different is the way of write EEPROM is different
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