ThunderCam No Longer Utilizing Official LightBurn Mounts & Cams
From about April 2022 forward, Thunder Laser USA's ThunderCAM kit will no longer contain any official LightBurn OEM components. We still love LightBurn but directly sourcing and warranting the components in our kits streamlines our process and makes sense for the volumes of components we need.
The OEM Thunder Laser USA ThunderCAM kits will now have a Thunder USA designed and produced mount:
as well as a common camera module and only two lenses. an 85° FOV for nova 24 and 35, and a 120° FOV for nova 51 and 63. The lenses are marked for easy identification:
ThunderCAMs vs. LightBurn & Other USB Webcams
There is a lot of information (and misinformation) floating around about LightBurn's camera feature as they relate to Thunder Laser machines. There are also a lot of questions about what camera works with what laser. We are going to aggregate the ...
ThunderCAM Installation Manual
NOTE: its a good idea to tape it up first and view it before you stick it down. The mounts are 3d printed and the adhesive is strong. Removal would likely break it. If you happen to get it upside down (many do) that's no big deal, just take out the ...
LightBurn For Galvo Crash Course
The wait is over on June 30th Galvo Support for EzCad 2 and EzCad 2 Lite devices come with the LightBurn Software 1.2 release. On top of Galvo support, 1.2 comes with a number of new features including: Sub-Layers Device Linked Libraries Head-Mounted ...
Best Practices For Utilizing Remote Support
This is a crash course on how to navigate the resources available as well as get your issue resolved in the most efficient, expeditious manner. Here are the best practices for getting effective support: Thunder Laser Warranty Issues If your Thunder ...
ThunderCAM Preset Lens Correction in LightBurn
THE CAM FIELD OF VIEW HAS CHANGED. USE THE 85 or 120 FOR CURRENT LB CAMS:85 and 120 FOV LB Cam Lens Correction Values