Free PicFRC Licenses Given Away
At Picengrave Dot Com, we are having a promotion for the month of April. Purchase a License of PicLaser Lite & PicEdit Lite and receive a free license of PicFRC. The EmBlaser purchase backers that had there machines shipped already and included the PicLaser Lite CD disk, already have a registration License, so we will extend this offer to you also.
If you are already in our database as a Darly Labs registered PicLaser Lite user, all you need to do is purchase PicEdit Lite on our web site to receive your free license of PicFRC. Don't add PicFRC to the shopping cart as it will be automatically sent after confirmation of your PicEdit Lite purchase. http://www.picengrave.com/PicEdit Lite.htm
PicFRC adds image engraving enhancements by adding a variable feedrate (Feed Rate Change) by a set percentage to the S laser power commands in the gcode to expand the shade range. Our PicEngrave Pro 5 has this feature, so PicFRC gives the ability to add this enhancement feature to the Gcode file after generating the code in PicLaser Lite.http://www.picengrave.com/PicFRC.htm
We also will give away free PicFRC licenses to the first 5 EmBlaser backers that posts a photo engraving done with PicLaser Lite in this thread. It can be done on any kind of material you choose, the image subject matter is your choice and the engraving should be a minimum of 5 inch by 5 inch in size. Please post the settings you used in PicLaser Lite also.
This Laser engraving was done on Poplar with a 110IPM feedrate, .006" Pixel Resolution, max 255, min 10 power, 45D angle in PicLaser Lite and in PicFRC a 25% Feed Rate Change was used. Here is the original image and the editing after downloading it was done in PicEdit Lite.http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fe/ZweiRadMuseumNSU_Indian_Four.JPG
Thank you everyone.