diy laser 2D + 3D free beta:
easy creating high quality gcode
from image or 3D-object + image
use the Z-axis
- drop an image and create gcode
- burn pixels like shapes
- drop an 3D-object to engrave 3D
- edit advanced settings to get the optimal quality for your laser
download test data:
- 3D-print sombrero using bright material
- paint it with dark marker
- create 3D-laser gcode with free beta
- laser-engrave sombrero 3D
This version needs java. If you don't have or want java on Windows you can use the jre bundle version.
Beta is very young and advanced settings version for testing, final should have just some settings and presets.
I get very good quality laser images with this.
Some settings are not working good with other, I hope you will know how to use.
I review code, preview and print with Repetier Host.
Test with attached files.
OBJ is exported with blender, triangulate and remove doubles(weld verts) before export.
Changelog: ## [0.2] - 2017-11-05 ### Added - safe settings ### Changed - reworked gui, added everything to the settings window so you don't need to mess with 2 windows. ### Removed - big window ## [0.1] - 2017-11-02 ### Added - vertical and cross mode - update check ### Changed - reworked gui ### Removed - stretch power (manipulate the image to do that, I will add tools for that later) - z max (manipulate the obj to do that, I will add tools for that later) ### Fixed - error causing not creating gcode for some big images ## [0.0] - 2017-10-29
Todo: - adjust subpixel alignment for different modes to improve quality - add safe/load settings - add better 3D view - add tools for better handling and adjusting image and obj - add shape svg support - create manual and tutorials ... What do you need?
|Version \ System||Windows||macOS||Linux|
published Nov 05, 2017
published Nov 02, 2017
published Oct 29, 2017
Third party open source library credits: OBJLoader: github.com/taseenb/OBJLoader guicomponents: github.com/dearmash/Processing/tree/master/libraries/guicomponents (old versions) sDrop: www.sojamo.de/libraries/drop/ (old versions)
check it out and give me your feedback: