The basics of bird incubators versus those used for snake eggs are the same.
However, whereas birds need their eggs rotated to keep the embryos from sticking to the shells, reptile eggs are to be kept static throughought their incubation. So, any device that would automtically turn the eggs for you would need to be disabled/removed.
Also, the temps are really too high for proper cornsnake incubation. The temps need to be about the same range as needed by the snakes that will come out of the eggs. 75-85 is acceptable, with 82-84 being optimal, in my opinion. The lower the temp, the longer the incubation period. If the temps are too high, there is a great deal of anecdotal evidence, that this causes kinked babies. Although I have heard of some who do, and are regularly successful, I wouldn't risk it.