My youth after school org was lucky enough to get a grant to build a makerspace for our kids a few years back and we includes a 600x900 red & black laser and an operator PC. Our programs are entirely donor-supported - members pay at most $20 / year for everything we offer - from meals to field trips to tutoring and swim lessons. We receive no state or federal funds but have an awesome community who keeps our doors open.
We also have 40 pc’s for instructional use by our members. We have Inkscape installed of all of these, but it would be beneficial for each student finalize their design by program the laser power, scan/cut settings and cut order prior to taking up time at the actual pc used to operate the laser.
I know this is a rather unusual scenario compared to most, but does anyone have a good suggestion on how we could utilize Light Burn or other software to streamline this process?
Or is there any possibility for Light Burn to have a per laser license (like current version pay for the ability to actually control & operate the laser) as well as a design only license (that only allows design and set-up but not cutting.). This would be rather handy for maker-space use-cases. Or perhaps these features could be supported via the trial after 30 days?