@Parrott I can try to help, but can you tell me where you obtained that list?
Also, note, that there is only one Vectric laser module. So, I am confused when you ask about what Vectric laser module is needed. Can you explain what it is you are looking for specifically, please?
@stevendq Steve. One thing to keep in mind is that Vectric only officially supports a very short list of lasers. Here is the excerpt from their site:
"What laser hardware is compatible?
Initially we aim to support the following machine tools (and controllers) using the most common commercially available solid-state laser diode modification kits.
Digital Wood Carver (PlanetCNC controller)
Please see the FAQ below for full details of our tested & supported configurations. We will be adding other machines and controllers to this supported list over time.
Other similar machines or controllers may work, our version 11 trial editions allow you to test your machine configuration before you purchase. Please note, however, that we are unable to provide support for other configurations at this time."
I don’t know if at some point Sienci will put out instructions pertaining to the use of the Laser Beam with other parties’ applications. I would respectfully submit that it could be a very difficult task since Sienci cannot know with any certainty how those parties will program their applications and how they could keep up with updates and changes. Many here use Lightburn with their lasers. Others use Lasergrbl. On the router side of things, the list is much longer: Easel, Fusion360, Carveco; Vectric, Kirimoto, etc. In my humble opinion, it will be nearly impossible for Sienci to write instructions for all the applications that may be used with the Long Mill hardware. A better resource may be the company who wrote the application.
FWIW, even though I decided not to buy the Vectric laser module after testing it, I determined that it would work with generic/arduino grbl controllers like the Sienci controller. It simply was not worth the price to me. YMMV. There are numerous videos on the Vectric youtube channel on how to set up their laser module. They may help to answer your questions.