This is a 3D-printed shell based on Neil Rosenberg's original design for the LightBurn 5MP camera and smaller 8MP cameras (120 and 75 degrees). LightBurn Software features a small internal lip to keep the camera from slipping and has been tailored to better accommodate all the smaller cameras they 8 megapixel sell. The camera angle may be readily adjusted by releasing the knobs on each side of the mount, and the face plate is kept in place by tension clips. The mount is made to adhere to the interior of the lid with 3M double-sided VHB tape.
These 8 megapixel cameras have a capture resolution of 3840x2160 pixels and big lenses for high quality images. These are the finest option for lasers that have very big working areas, those that are larger than 1000mm. Each camera includes a 3.2 m (10 ft) USB cable and the lens of your choice.
A pre-configured Raspberry Pi called the LightBurn Bridge connects a Ruida controller to your WiFi network. Fast, reliable, and easy to set up, with USB like transfer speeds. Designed to help Mac users who have USB connectivity troubles, it also works for Windows and Linux users. A Raspberry Pi 3B+ (or greater), power supply, case, and SD card containing the LightBurn Bridge software are all included in the box. Out of the box, it is ready to use.
The license for LightBurn supports both galvo lasers based on EZCad2 (fiber or CO2) and DSP lasers (Ruida, Trocen, TopWisdom) linked via a USB wire. The software is compatible with Linux, MacOS, and Windows. This LightBurn license essentially supports all supported controllers and is known as the "everything" license. A pre configured Raspberry Pi called the LightBurn Bridge connects a Ruida controller to your WiFi network. LightBurn Software features a variety of technics and accessories for them.