I built a simple pen plotter at home, and I’m finetuning it. It uses GRBL on an Arduino Uno.
Laserweb seems to work quite well, when using the laser mode. Tool path is much more intelligent than LaserGRBL for instance, and the software isn’t as complicated and cumbersome as GRBL-plotter.
Anyway, I’m more familiar with 3D printing. I see I can laser cut a path, and do infill, and can lasercut on the inside or outside of the path. Very nice. Infill by horizontal scanning seems quite slow, and it’s not that great if the Z-axis goes up and down like a yo-yo all the time. Isn’t there an option to do the infill in concentric patterns, like you see on a 3D printer?
I can iterate the “laser cut inside” tool several times, changing the margin every time, but that’s very cumbersome.