I’m new to Laser’s
I want to save a LightBurn file so I can use it in laserGRBL.
I saved it as g code but laserGRBL cant find it on my desktop.
I tried to open it and also import it neither worked.
I have a Foxalian rezer 20 w 4 days old .
Thanks for any help, Bob
LaserGRBL requires certain file extensions for it to recognize gcode files. Rename the gcode file saved from LightBurn to match one of the recognizes file extensions like .gcode.
That what it is saved as.
Can you post screenshots of what you’re seeing in Explorer/desktop and also what you see in LaserGRBL?
Seems there’s a problem with the screenshots.
cant seam to upload one. it says just to drag one on here
I had to download gimp lol
You can see from the popup that the actual file exstension is .gc (where it says “Type: GC File”). In reality your file is likely named “harley gcode.gc”. This means that your windows is not setup to display filename extensions or it’s hidden for known types.
Take a look at this site. It shows you how to get extensions to show.
How do I show file extensions in Windows 10? (fileinfo.com)
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