Not in the near future, and it might not even be possible. I’ve done a few traffic captures and taken a look at the data, and it’s possible that it contains a checksum channel that’s non-trivial. I can’t be sure that’s what it is without more effort, but if it is, that would make it likely that unless I can figure out how to compute it, the machine won’t talk to me.
Not sure what that reason would be - I’ve certainly never said otherwise. That said, I’m Canadian but living in the US, and we have staff in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the UK, so we’re kind of all over the place.
ok, so thats the beast I own now, if I understand right, lightburn is NOT compatable? I,m so used to lightburn with my co2 and diode, ezcad3 is, in my opinion, is nowhere near the program that lightburn is.
If you wish to use Lightburn, then you’ll have to change out the controller.
This Cloud Ray jcz controller is supposed to be EZCad2, so it should work with your fiber and Lightburn. It’s not low cost, but neither is your laser. Especially if you could have purchased it with the correct controller.
Are you sure you’re using EZCad3? The link states it’s compatible with Lightburn…
If you run EZCad then want to run Lightburn it requires unloading and loading drivers on a windows machine.
Yea, its ezcad3, I guess its what I need to take advantage of the 3d engraving capabilities of the machine. I see the other boards arent really that cheap, as you stated. I dont mind doing the driver swap, but from what I read this still wont work. Ill be patient, someday it will work.