I have an Emblaser 2, and I’m trying to get it to run under LaserWeb4. The OS is Ubuntu Studio 20.04.3 and I’m using AppImage laserweb-builder-v4.0.993-130-x86_64.AppImage.
In “Machine Profiles” I’ve chosen “Emblaser 2” and applied the change. The “Comms/Machine Connection” tab recognises a DarklyLabs product on /dev/ttyoACM0.
- Connecting Machine @ USB,/dev/ttyACM0,115200baud`
- Machine connected`
- Build date: Jan 18 2020 09:58:50, MCU: System Clock: 120MHz`
- E2/Core Firmware v126
- FIRMWARE_NAME:Emblaserware, FIRMWARE_URL:http%3A//emblaserware.org, X-SOURCE_CODE_URL:https://github.com/Emblaserware/Emblaserware, FIRMWARE_VERSION:Fixme, X-FIRMWARE_BUILD_DATE:Jan 18 2020 09:58:50, X-SYSTEM_CLOCK:120MHz, X-AXES:5, X-GRBL_MODE:1, X-CNC:0, X-MSD:1`
<<<10 second pause here>>>
No supported firmware detected. Closing port /dev/ttyACM0
There’s a pause of around 10 seconds after the first load of text, and then the “- No supported firmware…” message appears. I gather that this may be the result of a missing welcome message. I also tried connecting to the USB port over a serial connection to see if there was a welcome message there, all I got was “Emblaser - ok”.
I’ve trawled over previous help requests and seen suggestions for editing ‘.env’ and js files, but I can’t see either on my system and there’s no sign of those files in ~/.config/laserweb-builder
Any suggestions for resolving the issue would be most welcome.