I have so much trouble with my A3 pro until I got in touch with Zax and between us we solved the problems, I'm not sure there's a great deal of difference in these programs, but what I am sure of the backup and support you get using T2Laser cannot be bettered, it's a small amount for the program but if you get into trouble Zax the man to solve it.
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RE: software options for the A3 pro
what happens if you want to engrave a goblet that has sloping sides, it could not rotate in a central plain, it would wobble all over the place. check out the rotary add on at "Home Extraordinary Things And Cool Stuff laser etching over a curve " I think this could be the answer, well I know it is I designed and make them. lol
RE: can someone from Eleks help me
Hi Zax, I have downloaded your prog, it seems good will contact you later if I decide to use it, but right now am happy it's working after such a long time trying to sort it out the ElkesCam prog is working at the moment and i'm scared stiff of upsetting the damn machine in case it throws a wobbly and stops again he he
but thanks again for all your help.
RE: etching on a curved surface
Thanks again Zax,
these are some of my work so far.
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RE: laser etching over a curve
this is the final product simple effective and works very well. I can supply the full kit either in flat pack or assembled ready to go for £89 plus postage. If within the UK should not be more than £3.99 to £5 depending on who I use to dispatch, other countries please ask.
I paint the glass with water soluble paint, then wash it off on completion.
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RE: Laser moves but not burn
And the best program for your bucks/pounds depending on where you are of course.
The support is second to none and most of us are using it without the slightest problems, which means you can get on with stuff instead of running around like headless chickens trying to work out why it's not doing what you want. The only association I have with Zax is his program is used to operate my rotary laser add on unit. which can be viewed at www.newforestlasers.co.uk
Give the T2Laser trial a go it's worth the test if nothing else.