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In the Material Database you can find all your materials and effects. You can adjust them or create new ones so you always get the right engrave or cut on your specific material.

Click here to learn more about creating a new material/effect

Materials list

Clicking on the three drots will open up this menu.
There you can add new material. Import from a file or export the selected material.
Name of your material
Add the selected material to your favorites
Save your changes on the material
Save the material as a new one
Go to the Prepare Screen
Tags of your selected material
By Drag&Drop you are able to rearrange your effects
To enable the effect
Name of the effect
Which color this effect does affect
Laser Power


Select Air Assist
Power Correction
Select Direction
Select Dithering
Select Engrave Mode
Tick the boxes to enable the option

Effects List

Add a new effect
Add this effect to the selected material
Delete this effect

Create a new material

Click on the three dots and add a new material. You got now a new material with standard settings. You could now rename it by clicking on the pencil next to the material name and also add new tags. You can add multiple effects to your material.

Create a new effect

Click on the + next to the Effect List to add a new effect. A window will pop-up there you can choose a name and the method (engrave, mask, cut) for the effect.
By click on the arrow next to the effect you can add it to your selected material.

Optimize your effect

  • Choose the layers which should be affected by clicking on the + in the “Layers” column. You can choose between various colors.
  • Set the power of the effect in percentage.
  • Set the speed of the effect in percentage.
  • Set the DPI or Hz.
Updated on 29. July 2021

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