Answer to "Is there a way to laser engrave using g-code?"I know it’s a bit late, but I think I have a solution. I have modified the smoothie post processor for Fusion360, and now it is possible to export laser gcode that the Boxzy can interpret. Here is the guide to install the post processor: Install Modified F360 Processor for Boxzy laser Here is a link to the post processor itself: https://github.com/kingsbrother/Boxzy-Fusion360-Laser
Answer to "Fusion 360 post for Laser"The post immediately following this one is a modified smoothie post processor. The modified code turns it into a Boxzy laser post processor for Fusion360. Copy the text of the next post and paste it into notepad. Save the file as “smoothie Boxzy laser rev01.cps” or something else that makes sense to you. The only must is that it have extension “.cps”, but it is best practice to throw “Boxzy” and “laser” in the filename somewhere for searching purposes. Save that file into the folder that holds your other post processors. See the attached picture to open that folder. Attached are some photos and a video of the functioning code: PS: The smoothie processor does a few (minor) weird things, and I didn’t mess with those. It throws multiple (duplicate) G28 and G90 commands at both the beginning and end of the code. I manually comment those out after processing.
Answer to "BoXZY CNC Vacuum Hood / Dust Collector / Dust Shoe"I designed this one specifically for my boxzy based on the idea of the Norwegian Creations design. https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-boxzy-cnc-dust-boot-makita-rt0701-trim-router-55369