The problem I run into is that it stays to powerful even on 1%.
You can’t manually get a nice clean focal point on the laser and it keeps burning slightly into the wood. So when you do a boundary run it leaves a bit of a burn mark into the wood.
- The laser module comes with the machine is 1600mw, which is much powerful. Even when it is weak, it looks dazzling.
- The controller is defective.
- Please use the 3D printing module and do as follows to test if you can load or unload the filament? You can open the bracket and film the movement.
Use the 3D printing module and check if you can control the filament-running. Here I attach an image for you to refer to. Open the outer part of the printing module and film the movement of the filament. Send me the video.
- Connect the machine with the PC via the provided USB cable and launch Snapmaker Luban. Please open the console and enter the command "M5" & "M3" to turn off/on the laser beam.
- You can try to engrave a grayscale image to test if the power of the laser beam will change continuously?
Please forward the results of these steps to firstname.lastname@example.org