isn’t it possible to have one .svg file where vectors have different colors (e.g. black for cutting and red for filling) being processed in Luban?
As far as I can see Luban ignores colors within an .svg file and handle everything “as one thing”.
So if I e.g. want to engrave certain parts (“red”) and cut certain parts (“black”), I have to make two seperate files with only red and black in each.
Am I right or have I missed something?
Thanks a lot!
Luban does not have the capabilities to work with layers. You’ll have to break the SVG up and process them separately.
What a pitty, thought so.
Would be a necessary feature for a CAM, by the way…
Oh their CAM is even less featured. It can do either cut along line, or image to engraves. I’ve never done a full CNC project in Luban. I managed around for laser for awhile.
Lightburn might be your friend here, it nicely does what you describe. IMHO it is worth its price, can only recommend to buy it.