@NikonErik The software is installed based on your OS, so if you have Windows 10 x64 then you'll have the 64-bit version.
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RE: T2 Laser Software Installation setup
@RodneyB Hi Rodney, let me try to answer your questions.
Is back up, if i pay for the software how long does it take for backup
I am not sure what you mean by this, if you register from the software you will get a license key usually in a few hours but it depends on time zone etc.
Can it engrave and cut, and if cutting is it able to cut tight corners and grooves.
Yes and yes, it can do anything your machine is capable of.
Is there step by step instructions as to how to set up the software for ease of use.
There are videos, a manual and quick guides but more importantly direct support from the developer - me!
Is there demos that can be followed so that it is easier to use.
The videos will probably help.
RE: A3 is not working any more
@Straiky91 Perhaps your computer did an update and replaced the device driver? Check to see what driver is being used and roll back to the working one if you find it's been updated.
RE: laser not working
@bob-okeefe Sounds like a software bug, guess you are using Elekscam.
RE: Arduino to Laser Driver Signal?
@NikonErik Pin D11, it's a TTL/PWM output. If you turn the laser ON at full power that pin should measure >3.5VDC (probably close to 5V since it comes from the PC's USB power). If you set it to OFF it will read <1VDC (should be 0V). Any power value between full on and off will be the same voltage as ON but pulse width modulated so a standard RMS meter will appear to show a variable voltage from off to on as you increase power. An oscilloscope would show the real square waveform.
RE: Installation Issue
T2Laser is a low cost alternative to Elekscam, it is much easier to install and comes with everything needed in a single package. It has many more features and works with the latest Grbl. Save yourself a lot of trouble and avoid the obsolete Elekscam and use a program that is upgraded and fully supported.