Upgrading the Air Assist is one thing I highly recommend for your Co2 Laser. NOTE: Ultimate Air Assist for the Trocen Controller is different to RUIDA Controllers, I have found this solution works.
This Ultimate Air Assist Kit installed in your laser can improve your engraving and cutting results. It will also enable you to control the Air via the Software for each cut/engraving layer.
I Supply these to Australian customers here on my site here – AUS Stock – Ultimate Air Assist Kit | MW Laser
For International orders you can purchase this kit here – https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_ACrxd1
For the main wiring and configuration of this Ultimate Air Assist Kit, See – Ultimate Air Assist Wiring For RuiDa Controllers | MW Laser
In addition to the previous blog post mentioned above the main wiring differences are outlined below.
NEGATIVE CONNECTION of Switch for Pneumatic Solenoid Should Connect to OUT4 (indicated by Yellow Lines)
POSITIVE CONNECTION of Switches Connect to 24VDC (indicated by Brown Line)
OPTIONAL CONNECTION: The NEGATIVE CONNECTION of a Switch for Relay Should Connect to OUT1 (indicated by Yellow Lines)
This is Method is useful if you want to turn on exhaust and air while a job is not being processed, for example to evacuate fumes and smoke at the end of a job, turn on SWITCH to RELAY, this will turn on Exhaust air if it is connected to the relay power outlet.
The Switch for the Pneumatic Solenoid controls AIR to the Nozzle, by using this switch you can manually turn AIR ON if a layer or cut setting did not have AIR ASSIST ON.
You do not need to have 2 Switches, it would dependent on how you prefer to customise your machine’s Air Assist Kit.
For more information on Ultimate Air Assist See – Ultimate Air Assist Wiring For RuiDa Controllers | MW Laser or my YouTube Channel – MW Laser – YouTube
There are few minor errors in this video so it was removed from public viewing on my Channel. The errors have been addressed with the information provided above, so please do not rely solely on the video content. Cheers Matt