@jeff I know for T2Laser when you select EleksDraw I change the max position to 45 (I could be slightly off on the exact number but it's between 30 and 50). If you try to travel more it will hit the stop and damage the servo.
If it's not working give the T2Laser trial a go, it also supports pen changes for different colors in the DXF and the optimizer and centerline tracing work great for this machine.
I published assembly guides for several of these systems with step by step pictures, and although the firmware loading and setup uses T2Laser it can be done with the free trial version and is probably a lot easier than AVRDude or EleksCAM. You can then use any software to run the machine.
I agree with @zax, the elekdraw is not the right tool. I also agree that a CNC does not make sense. Something "carved" into ID could easily be copied and duplicated.
There are numerous suppliers of ID cards. You are better off getting ID cards with built in security features - electronic chips, ultraviolet markings, micro-printing, magnetic strips, etc. I think you are making your end goal - secure ID cards - overly complicated. Just get ID cards with security features.
@EleksMaker-Z Hi Z, my question is about the assembly of mount module laser, Not is easy to plug and play, right?
I need to release the screws and put de laser module. I did imagine before to receive the machine that a simple push and put, hehehe, easy to my wife change the pen module for a laser module.
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