@Zax how do I know what a genuine laser is?? I bought this 2 years ago so past any warranty was purchased off amazon via banggood so nothing hi can do now as I had problems at the start and stored it and only got it working recently. I'm gutted I can't understand what changed as it was all running fine one day and come the next the laser wouldnt work. I've ordered a new nano do you not think there's a way to solve this? Could you give me a link to a laser if you think that's all I can do?
@polyoot You need to contact me by email, either reply to the license key email or from my website and tell me your licensed email address as I need to lookup your license. I can't provide keys via the forum for obvious reasons.
@Valley-Creations It sounds like you want vector (where the laser follows a path) instead of raster (where the laser scans back and forth). If so, you can either use a vector format (DXF, Sketch, PLT) or you can trace a raster to generate a vector, the easiest option is auto-trace, one click and it's ready to go.
@tommegna The CoreXY system moves at 45 degrees when either motor is activated, to move in a straight line it uses both motors. So you are saying that horizontal lines aren't smooth, which is confusing as the motion is basically the same as when the machine is making vertical lines. That's why I think it's a bearing on the axis.