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The windows software works good, built in text function, Importing of images including: BMP, JPG, PNG, NC, DXF
Good for G-code graphics, or things with clearly defined boundary lines, this works well
Good at CAD ( .DXF ) accurate drawing
Good for BMP depth engraving
Support “neje scanner” app take a JPG of png photo from camera or album, and send the photo to the windows software directly.
Gray scale photo with text is not good
Normal photos are not going to come out well
150 x 150mm Engraving area ( 2000x2000px, 0.075mmdot pitch)
The laser focus is easy to adjust with your hands as adjusting the laser point.
DXF. You can use the “neje scanner” app take a photo from camera or your album, and send the photo to the windows software directly.
Software is fairly easy to use. You can do the complex edits in PS / Inkscape / CAD or similar and just burn with the included program.
The Windows and Mac version allows you to adjust laser power, the adjustment you have is burn depth and speed.
It does have 1 very good feature in that it gives you an outline of the burn area before you actually burn which allows you to position your object
The more impressive thing was the detail that this thing is capable of， You can literally engrave fonts that are around Size 8 and they burn crystal clear with the settings. We suggest doing a lot of experimenting because in the end, once you get the right calibration, this thing is capable of incredible detail and quality engravings. You may also want to mess around with the contrast settings if you are engraving complex images. For tiny details, you may want to try using the lowest possible settings in depth/power (low, but still enough power to leave a mark).
the engraver came with the safety glasses.
The machine itself has a gyroscope protection device. When the machine is running, the built-in gyroscope will record the working position at the beginning. If the machine is displaced, the laser will stop automatically, ensuring that it will not harm people.
Getting the driver and software installed was real easy. Download and install directly from the link, the software will be automatically connected after opening the software.
You can check your work after a pause. and starts back up where it left off.
where do you put items underneath it?
How do you determine the working area?
How do you increase/decrease image size?
What should you set the various settings to, based on the working material (ie, depth, power, etc.)