The COMPLETE Guide to Timing and Delay for Galvo Lasers

An extensive and in depth tutorial on finding the best Start, Laser Off, Polygon and Jump Delay
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0:00 – Intro
1:37 – Settings Overview
2:22 – EzcadLite Note
2:47 – Jump Delay Prep
3:45 – TC Settings Prep
3:59 – Start TC
9:02 – Laser Off TC
11:57 – Polygon
15:32 – Pre Jump Break
16:18 – End TC Note
16:49 – Jump Overview
17:53 – Jump Speed
20:14 – Jump Delay
21:44 – Jump Limit
24:09 – End TC
25:58 – Speed Considerations
26:58 – Lightburn vs Ezcad Differences
27:39 – Final Thoughts
28:29 – Outro – Supporting the Channel

Hey everyone!

Welcome to the most in depth tutorial on laser timing and jump delays on the internet! We cover Start TC, Laser Off TC, Polygon, End TC as well as Jump Speed and Min/Max Jump Delay. If you’re having ghosting, excessive splash damage or other quality issues with your fiber, co2 galvo or uv laser, this is the first video you should be watching! I spent a long time producing this one and I hope it really helps you guys out! Thanks for watching!

WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform.

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