@Pedro-Tainha I think what you are referring to is a pseudo fill or hatch. Yes you can do this using the Sketch (Hatch) mode with DXF Optimizer enabled, if you are importing a vector then it will work but if you are using a raster you'll need to trace it to generate a vector.
With a laser this is typically worse than using a true raster (scanning) as these small movement require acceleration / deceleration often compared to a long continuous lines where only the laser power is modulated. I have several optimization methods in T2Laser (rapid skip blank etc) which can further improve performance and the results are usually better.
@AkaiKing I don't know if you figured it out or not, but this is how I fixed it. This code G91G00X46|G92X0Y0 works perfectly in the custom button. I just change the x distance (in this case 46) to be 1 mm wider than the object I'm burning. Burn one, press the button, burn another. Fast and simple. Just program one of your custom buttons with this code. Worked great for me.
Excuse me, zax, I wouldn't want to be sluggish, I fed the laser driver module directly to the 12 volt power supply and not on the control board, the laser not only turns on the cooling fan, the driver module can be compromised. Thank you for your patience
Hi folks, I'm Ben and new as can be. I just purchased the T2 software (Waiting on a key ) , But in hopes that this software will fix my mini laser, It wont fire from the cnc program, but i can fire it manually. (button on top). Benbox wont fire the laser. Kinda hunting for solutions. Thanx
@Anima No. The EleksDraw requires CoreXY and servo mode, although possible (just) the build with Grbl 1.1 is slightly larger than the standard memory available. I recommend sticking with the 0.9i build as it's more stable in this configuration.
@kaleiponi Well let me start with the easy one first, in the Settings menu on the Laser Controller you can select Reverse Axis as needed to get the direction matching the arrow icons. You could swap wires but clicking the menu is easier
OK, now for the Engrave Frame (Laser ON) function. Does the laser switch on and off correctly from the manual laser controls?
If it does, set the manual laser power to 1000 and then test the Engrave Frame again. If you are using my default firmware (which I recommend) max power would be 255 but just to test it setting 1000 will guarantee maximum power.