I can upload them once the Wiki allows it.
However, easiest thing is when it prompts you for a machine profile, just say “Ruida”, name it Tarkin, and give it a 1640 mm x 1000 mm bed size. The rest of the questions like ethernet setup are not relevant to using LB as design software and you can just click through it.
The only thing missing is there are machine parameters needed for the Preview window to estimate runtime. IIRC that was accurate initially, but I got better performance by tweaking some fields that LB doesn’t know how the math works on so now there’s some deviation in the estimate, but it will still give you the scale of your job.
That is, if you just enter 1640x1000 to create your own file, the Preview isn’t of much use. The Tarkin.lbdev file (once I can post it) will yield meaningful estimates even if not completely accurate. The Tarkin.lbdev file will be updated when machine parameters are tweaked- for example, increasing the X acceleration for rasters seems ok to for the machine to do, that will reduce the extend space and speed up the job. But not having the latest file would just mean the Preview would give a longer time estimate than it actually needs, it won’t break anything or send different “slower” data to the Ruida.
The .clb file is the cut settings library for known materials. They’re available at the Tarkin machine and you can set the layers to them when you get to the makerspace, but if you have this on your own machine, you can save time by already having them assigned and also they’re obviously necessary to do time estimates at home since it contains the cut speeds.
The cut settings “.clb” library is also a living document of course. The numbers in there are typically conservative- you could probably go faster. So far I have rarely changed prior numbers, mostly just adding new ones.