This may be the issue. There are more than one thing at play here. Your hardware, your firmware and your understanding of what LightBurn is, can do, and where to find information to help you understand how all play together. We do not make this hardware, we do not make this firmware.
We can help with understanding around all things LightBurn, that is why this forum exists. We also try to help out with the rest when we can.
I deleted that post. It started off in the wrong direction. I was hoping folks could gently get back to LightBurn question and answer time. It did not and so it is gone. Now, moving forward…
A properly configured machine with end stops or limit switches, will move to the x0, y0, z0 position when you first turn the laser system On. That position is known as “zeroed”. The process required for your laser is important to know. You will also want to understand how LightBurn knows where your head position is and how to move around the job as you desire.
Yes, it does and will. See above.
We offer a set of documents and videos that should provide a solid understand of LightBurn. I suggest this is a good place to start and let us know how you get on. We are here to help.