@Zax New version released with support for Cohesion 3D (CO2 laser) and Marlin firmware (3D printer + laser module) which uses M106/107 fan speed for laser power control. DXF Optimizer now works for the trace hatch. Lots more features and more coming soon. T2Laser is fully supported and stable but still actively being developed.
For adjusting photos for engraving, I am still learning from @nottingham82
He has a youtube channel showing many how-to videos Youtube Video
A rotary axis replaces your X or Y axis and allows you to laser on cylindrical objects. I have done wine glasses, wine bottles and wooden dowels. I know nottingham82 has engraved on some metal tumblers as well.
Here is my rotary axis https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2565273
a 5 volt laser? can you post a picture or link? I would just guess no. The mana se uses 12 volt output. It does have a 5 volt signal output but its not designed to operate a laser and is driven by a usb wire and not the power supply. if you mean a 5 watt laser then yes it can run that. Its best if you show us exactly what laser you wannt to connect and we can show you how to connect it.
It’s actually incredibly easy to do. Given how sophisticated Fusion 360 is I was surprised how little time it took to actually learn how to mill a part.
You need to set the post to grbl and disable the G28 homing option but that was about it. Oh, and I have never used Fusion or anything similar until yesterday so if an idiot like me can get it working anyone else should have no trouble at all.
I would recommend watching the YouTube video by This Old Tony where he makes a new rack to hold his pliers and cutters by milling some wood. He goes over how to do it using Fusion and it’s great as a starting point.
Hope this helps.