Does anyone know how to turn off the flame detection on the xTool D1 Pro 20 watt? So far I’ve lost 2 projects due to a flame being detected. I have air assist running at about 40 psi from an airbrush compressor as well as a dual window fan blowing smoke from the back.
Hi @SantaHoward don’t know if you found a solution yet but I came across a YouTube vid that does a good job of explaining… I don’t have any xTool equipment so I’m just passing on some info you may find useful. BusterBeagle 3D is the YouTuber - I’ve no dog in this fight…
Vid link here:
From the beginning in about 3-1/2 mins he gets into the flame detect settings.
Seems there are certain settings that can’t be changed on the xTool thru Lightburn. You must use xTool Creative Space. Hope you find this of some use.
I found it and turned it off as well as the limit switches.