In 9.00 I am experiencing issues with the relative Z. I have a BOSS LS-2436 (Rudia) running Windows 10. I have crashed the head several times recently, and need to know what’s going on. Maybe it’s me, but I’ve been doing it one way for quite some time, so I’m not sure where I’m going wrong.
- The z-offset in the layers is 0
- The material thickness is set to Xmm.
It appears that lightburn doesn’t always get the correct z position sometimes?
In previous versions it used to be that I could autofocus the laser (it would be lets say 8.7mm). If the “material” thickness in lightburn was set to 0, then the laser would just run at this level. If I set the material thickness to 7mm, then the bed would move so that the laser head was 7mm away from the surface of the material. In v9.00, the laser might be at 7mm, but the bed moves up further crashing the head. Another time it just kept wanting to move down all the way before starting. The behavior is somewhat erratic, which makes me worried to do jobs without crashing the head.