I doubt it will recognize it directly. Lasers are generally a 2d device which means the height does not change, only the x/y coordinates. and they generally either need a raster file (bitmap) or a vector file.
Most 3d (2.5 actually) laser art is done using a 16 bit grey scale art. With multiple colors to choose from, a different power level is applied to each
color/pixel which gives the impression of depth. Aspire doesn't give that option. I've done a lot of 2.5D on my laser using the 16 bit grey scale files created in Aspire, but usually import it into Corel Draw to cut since that is where the laser driver is connected to and can assign colors/power. It's never going to be as sharp as what the CNC produces, but for simple stuff it works ok.
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