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Laser engraving processing is based on CNC technology, with laser as the processing medium. The instantaneous melting and gasification of processing materials under laser engraving irradiation can enable laser engraving to achieve the purpose of processing. Laser engraving is the use of laser technology to engrave characters on objects. The characters produced by this technology have no nicks, the surface of the object is still smooth, and the handwriting will not be worn.
Laser engraving processing is based on CNC technology, with laser as the processing medium. The physical denaturation of the processed material through instantaneous melting and gasification under laser irradiation achieves the purpose of processing. Laser processing features: There is no contact with the material surface, and it is not affected by mechanical movement. The surface does not deform, and generally does not need to be fixed. It is not affected by the elasticity and flexibility of the material, facilitating the processing of soft materials. High machining accuracy, fast speed, and wide range of applications.
Dot matrix engraving resembles high-definition dot matrix printing. The laser head swings left and right to carve a line composed of a series of points each time, and then the laser head moves up and down simultaneously to carve multiple lines, finally forming a full page image or text. Dot matrix engraving can be used for scanned graphics, text, and vectorized graphics and text.
Unlike dot matrix engraving, vector cutting is performed on the outer contour of the image and text. We usually use this mode to perform penetration cutting on materials such as wood, acrylic, and paper, and can also perform marking operations on a variety of material surfaces.
The engraving speed refers to the speed at which the laser head moves, usually expressed in IPS (inches per second). High speed brings high production efficiency. Speed is also used to control the depth of cutting. For a specific laser intensity, the slower the speed, the greater the depth of cutting or engraving. You can use the engraving machine panel to adjust the speed, or you can use the computer's print driver to adjust it. In the range of 1% to 100%, the adjustment range is 1%
Engraving intensity refers to the intensity of laser light emitted onto the surface of a material. For a specific engraving speed, the greater the intensity, the greater the depth of cutting or engraving. The greater the strength, the greater the speed, and the deeper the cutting depth.
The size of the laser beam spot can be adjusted using lenses with different focal lengths. A lens with small light spots is used for high-resolution engraving. A lens with a large spot is used for lower resolution engraving, but it is the best choice for vector cutting. The standard configuration for the new device is a 2.0 inch lens. Its spot size is in the middle, suitable for various occasions.
Wide range: Carbon dioxide laser can carve and cut almost any non-metallic material. And the price is low!
Safe and reliable: non-contact processing is adopted, which will not cause mechanical extrusion or mechanical stress to the material. No "knife marks" and no damage to the surface of the workpiece; Does not deform the material;
Accurate and meticulous: the machining accuracy can reach 0.02mm;
Economical and environmentally friendly: small beam and spot diameters, generally less than 0.5mm; Cutting and processing saves materials, ensuring safety and hygiene;
Consistent effect: Ensure that the processing effect of the same batch is completely consistent.
High speed and speed: it can instantly perform high-speed engraving and cutting according to the patterns output by the computer.
Low cost: Not limited by the amount of processing, laser processing is cheaper for small batch processing services.
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