@mawu The colors are listed in the manual along with the standard values which can be adjusted in the menu. Press Shift-F1 or click Help and you'll see the manual. It's searchable and indexed (I copy/pasted below but it loses the formatting).
DXF is a vector format however T2Laser can fill the shapes which converts it to a raster using the Sketch Filled option or you can use Sketch Hatch which does a pseudo fill using vector but will look like a raster engraving.
· DXF Color to Feed Rate
o Adjusts the feed rate (instead of laser power) based on DXF color, works with non-PWM laser modules
o Black (Feed Rate), Red, Orange, Blue, Green and Yellow (Rapid Feed Rate)
· Absolute DXF Colors
o Uses an absolute percentage of the power or feed rate based on color (method used in earlier version)
o Black 100%, Red 80%, Orange 60%, Blue 40%, Green 20% and Yellow 0% (increment percentage can be changed)
@Weekend That board is a clone of the USBCNC hardware and only works with their software which is not free. Any code provided isn't legitimate, it is either for a cracked version or an illegal keygen. Do you need 4-axis? If not I suggest you get a 3-axis AVR / Grbl based board that is much better supported.
@Roger-Serrano Sounds like the wrong firmware or configuration, presumably you are using benbox lx firmware which is a modified old Grbl 0.8 and won't allow you to get the best performance from your machine.
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