Falcon 2 cutting and engraving like a... printer?

Hi guys! I’m an absolute newbie here :smiley:

I have engraved and cut my first test files. No problem with it, pretty simple…

… but the question is that I’m aware of the x/y axis are acting like an ink printer: x sweep and y advance. It doesn’t cut or engrave moving the laser from object to object, sequentially. Don’t know if I’m explaining right… Is there any setting to allow me saving time? Anything I try to cut/engrave delays a lot acting the laser this way…

I use Lightburn, last version. I know it’s a software issue, not a Falcon2 one :slight_smile:
Thanks in advance! Greetings from Spain.

Since this is a software question specific to Lightburn, you might find your answer in the Lightburn support forums at https://forum.lightburnsoftware.com/ or by watching one of the countless YouTube videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-TdV9ThMD6E4MZztA6eZsQ

It sounds to me like you might be having an issue with using layers in Lightburn and the order of tasks within a Lightburn project, but I’m just guessing here.

If you are dealing with multiples of the same “object” in a single project, you might want to search for info on “Batch Jobs” in Lightburn.

Hope this helps! :smile:

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You are right mate. I’ll ask there :slight_smile:

Many thanks!