The laser itself boils down to the following sets of connections:
- motor drivers (step, direction, power, ground). These are trivial.
- limit switches (ground, switch, sometimes power if the switch is “active”)
- laser enable, laser power (pwm or analog), ground
- door switch, water protect, etc, also usually trivial
The wire connections to the TL-410 should all be labeled with something similar to the above. You’d label and connect those wires to the corresponding places on the Ruida board.
You’d also need to write down settings from the controller config, like steps per mm for each axis (or step length), acceleration, speeds, and axis lengths, and enter those values in the new controller. If you go into the settings on the controller you have and just take screen shots of everything, you’ll have what you need for the new one.
Given your level of technical ability, none of this should pose any real trouble for you. Getting the homing direction settings right was the part that tripped me up the most, but even that didn’t take terribly long - it was just fiddly.