Here you’ll find out more about the basic processes involved with CO 2 laser technology using some live examples. Each can be applied in different ways to make many different things. Take a good look through, it’s really quite informative!
A. What is the Materials you are going to cut or engrave by Co2 laser?
Wood | Acrylic | Leather | Cloth | Paper | Rubber | Fabric | Glass | Stone | etc.
B. What you are going to use the Co2 laser machine?
You are using for cutting or engraving or both.
Cutting: We should check the max cut thickness you need. Then we will find out the power.
Engraving: Usually 80W laser power is good.
C. What is the Max Thickness of your material?
If you are going to cut wood or acrylic, what is the max thickness. If the bigger thickness then needs bigger laser power. If for cutting cloth, paper or leather, 80W laser power is good.
D. What is the size of your parts?
We have different laser models with different working size.
- If work piece under 1 meter by 1 meter, 1390 (1280mm×900mm) is good
- If work piece is more than this area, you have option in 1690 (1580mm×900mm), 1325 (1280mm×2500mm), 1530 (1500mm×3000mm)
Dual Head Model: If every day you need a laser cutting large quantity same jobs, you could choose dual heads mode. It was installed two laser head in one machine. Two lasers working same path for higher efficiency.
High-Speed Model: If you have many laser cutting jobs on paper or fabric. you could choose the high-speed laser mode. It equiped with high-speed driver, motor and mother board for thin materials fast cut.