LightBurn does not currently support direct communication with machines such as Epilog, ULS, or GCC as these each have very proprietary control systems.
However, if your machine has a “print driver”, meaning that the way that you use it now is by “printing” to it from a program on your computer, you’re in luck!
The new ‘Print’ feature allowing you to output LightBurn designed work to print-driver driven systems.
You can use LightBurn to generate art and arrange as you’d like, then produce a print file for importation and use with the Print Driver for the production.
This link jumps to that section of the video, but there are goodies throughout.