Trying to migrate from laser grbl to lightburn on an Atomstack A5 for it graphical features but I’m not understanding the why this is happening. When I start lightburn I can use the move dialog box with any coordinates and it is close to where I want it to go in both the x and y axis. When I draw a 10mm x 10mm box and hit print the X axis is fine, but the Y axis runs out about 300mm. I can calibrate it to do the 10x10 box, but then the Y axis runs very slow, so when I increase to a 300x300 box the Y axis is considerably slower than the X axis, and my burns are not consistent and take much longer than in Laser GRBL. While trying to cut out some 3mm balsa the x axis was doing fine, but because the Y axis was so slow it started a fire. My question is why does the Move dialog box seem to work just fine, but the print is so messed up on the y axis, shouldn’t they both be referencing the same steps? Thanks for any help.
Do you have rotary mode enabled? (Tools > Rotary Setup)
Incredibly that seems to have fixed it…have to get a new air assist since mine melted, but can’t wait to try it out and see if this will take care of it. Thanks
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