Lightburn is a layout, editing, and laser control application that allows you to interact with your laser without the need for additional software. Inside the editor, you can create vector shapes, organize, edit, and even import artwork in a number of common vector graphic and image formats, such as PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP, AI, PDF, SVG, DXF, PLT, and others. Offsetting, boolean operations, welding, node editing, and other advanced features are also available.
Lightburn is highly customizable, enabling you to change brightness and contrast, pace, number of passes, strength, cut order, and dithering mode, among other things. The program is designed to work with your laser without the need for extra software, enabling you to send the results straight to your laser cutter. Is compatible with the majority of commonly used controllers that provide power control through software.
A sector-by-sector copy of the compact disc is an ISO disc. The most common disc image format for compact discs is ISO, which contains all of the details on the disc. You can convert an optical disc to an ISO file, save it to your hard drive, and then burn the ISO file to a blank disc when you need a repeat of the original disc.
DMG files are disc image files for Mac OS X. It’s similar to an ISO file on Windows, and it’s widely used on macOS. The majority of Mac OSX software is bundled as a dmg file that can be installed as a volume in the OSX Finder, enabling you to install it without a physical disc. It can extract a dmg file, convert it to iso format, or directly burn it to a new disc.
Lightburn Key Features:
Arrange, edit, and even support for welding, and node editing
Powerful vector editor with offsetting and boolean operations
Adjust power, speed, number of passes, cut order, and much more.
Import artwork in a variety of vector graphic and image formats
Support for PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP, AI, PDF, SVG, DXF, PLT, and more.
Support for most used controllers send the result directly to the laser