Running a job with multiple depths / heights?

The ‘Z offset’ value is a unique value known only to LightBurn in this context. You can assign colors in the original art which will be used to create the separate layers when imported into LightBurn.

You can create a single file with all five unique objects, each object being a different color and aligned as you see fit, then save that file in one of the LightBurn supported file formats. Import that file into LightBurn and you will see that each color you defined in your source art has been assigned to a corresponding layer. Each layer has its own settings for how you want that object produced when sent to the laser. This is where you set the ‘Z offset’.

If you haven’t already, these are good to review to better understanding LightBurn.

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