I’m just getting started with learning the Lightburn software and I am working on using the laser to put lettering on name plates for the Sea of Galilee boat kits that I produce. With a setting of 600m/minute as a speed rate and 20% power it takes about nine minutes to cut the lettering into a single name plate (6cm x 1.25cm). When I watch the wifi password card video I see that my laser head is moving at a fraction of the speed that the one in the video is moving even though that is set at 300m/min.
According to the Millright site a carve king’s steppers can drive at 4400 mm/min so that is not the limiter. I was having issues with the laser not turning off between objects in cut mode and found a great post on this forum where I sent $32=1 to the machine and that immediately fixed that problem. Since this is a GRBL machine and the lack of shutting off between objects was a GRBL problem is there something else that I need to set to make the machine drive at the speed set?