Snij instelling , waar vind je dat ( Cut setting , where do you find that )

Hallo allemaal , Ik zit al een tijd te stoeien met de instellingen voor de laser om te kunnen snijden door triplex 3 en 4 mm .
Blijkbaar is er per abuis ergens een instelling veranderd maar kan het niet voor elkaar krijgen .
Ik heb een zbaitu FF80 model en in het begin ging het snijden wel goed maar op de een of andere manier nu niet meer .
Laser is wel schoon .
Ook al andere DPI geprobeerd maar niets helpt , na drie keer ongeveer 1.5 mm diep in triplex en dan zijn de lijnen ook al vrij dik en donker

Hello everyone, I’ve been struggling for a while with the settings for the laser to be able to cut through plywood 3 and 4 mm.
Apparently a setting has been changed somewhere by mistake but can’t get it done.
I have a zbaitu FF80 model and in the beginning the cutting went well but somehow not anymore .
Laser is clean.
Also tried other DPI but nothing helps, after three times about 1.5 mm deep in plywood and then the lines are already quite thick and dark

It is possible to have a previous copy of the settings in the .lbprefs file that is saved whenever settings are changed.

Begin a new blank file:

Load a backup ‘preferences’ prefs file.

Select one from when your device was working well for you.

If this does not work, the obstacle you intend to clear is not related to a change in settings.

mijn backup niet al te ver terug en ik ben nu al zon dikke twee week aan het stoeien hiermee . dus het probleem blijft denk ik ? of is er nog een andere oplossing .

my backup not too far back and I’ve been playing with this for about two weeks now. So I guess the problem remains? or is there another solution.

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If LightBurn was working well at a date earlier than what was available to you when you went to look, you may be able to find the prefs file in other places on your computer. If the files are in another computer, we probably won’t find them.

A brute-force approach to finding misplaced files is to search the entire C: drive from the highest or Root Level.

If the prefs file can’t be found then we won’t have a way to confirm the change in performance is an errant setting or hardware degredation.

You may wish to proceed with projects or further troubleshooting.

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