1. Compared with silkscreen, CNC engraving and etching, the price of laser engraving is relatively low.
2. The laser engraving can ensure that the logo is always maintained on the product.
3. Compared with CNC engraving, there is no restriction of a right angle.
4. Adopting non-contact processing, will not squeeze the product to cause product deformation, and will not leave knife marks on the product.
5. Fast speed, high efficiency, simple and convenient operation.
6. The machining accuracy can reach 0.02mm.
7. There are many materials that can be processed, metal and non-metallic materials with high ignition points can be processed.
8. It can ensure that the processing effect of the same batch is completely consistent.
1. Font color restriction: There can only be two colors, one is the natural color of the material, and the other is black.
2. Since the laser destroys the protective film of the material during the laser engraving, if it is a product that is easy to get rust, it may cause the rust of the laser engraving logo.
3. At present, the depth that laser engraving can do is 0.3mm.
Operation process: Using a variety of graphics processing software, such as CorelDraw, etc. to design. Scanned graphics, vectorized graphics and various CAD files can be easily "printed" to the engraving machine. The difference is that printing applies toner to paper, while laser engraving is to shoot lasers onto almost all materials such as wood products, acrylic, plastic plates, metal plates, and stone.
Engraving intensity refers to the intensity of laser light hitting the surface of the material. For a specific engraving speed, the greater the intensity, the greater the depth of cutting or engraving. The greater the intensity, the greater the speed and the deeper the cutting depth.
1. Engraving area: 30*40, 40*60, 60*90, 60*130, 90*140 125*1850 CM, etc for selection.
2. Engraving speed: 0~~72m/min; step-less speed regulation is possible.
3. Minimum formed text: Chinese characters 2×2mm, letters 1×1mm
Dot-matrix engraving resembles high-definition dot-matrix printing. The laser head swings left and right to engrave a line composed of a series of dots each time, and then the laser head moves up and down to engrave multiple lines at the same time, and finally constitutes a full-page image or text. The scanned graphics, text, and vectorized graphics can all be engraved by dot matrix.
Unlike dot-matrix engraving, vector cutting is performed on the outer contour of the graphic. We usually use this mode for penetrating cutting on wood, acrylic, paper and other materials, and marking on the surface of a variety of materials.