Laser Engraver and Laser Engraving – Alex

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What Does a Laser Engraver Do?

Laser engraving is basically what it sounds like. You use a laser to engrave an object. Laser engraver emits a beam that it then traces through a pattern onto the surface of the object that it is engraving. The laser creates a cavity in the surface that is visible and can be felt. A computer is what controls the direction of the laser, how quickly the laser moves, and how intense the laser is emitted. In some cases, there are blowers that blow along the surface while the laser is engraving in order to remove any debris that could prevent the laser from properly engraving the surface.

Different patterns can be programmed into the computer so that you can customize the pattern that you want the laser to engrave into the object. The computer controls every part of the process to ensure that precise work is done whenever the Laser engraver is engraving an object.

What are the Benefits of Laser Engraving?

Laser engraving is a great choice to make highly detailed engravings on objects. There are many benefits to choosing laser engraving over other types of markings.

Controlled Process Programmed into the Computer

As discussed earlier, the engraving has been programmed into the computer. There are a number of benefits to this. The main benefit is that you can create custom, precise engravings into objects. You can create your own design and program the computer to engrave the object with the custom design.

You can also feel confident that the engravings will look exactly the way that you want them to. Unlike hand engraving, you can trust that there will be no mistakes that are made during the process and the work is much more exact. The computer will engrave the exact pattern that is programmed.

Perfect for Materials that Cannot Handle Excessive Heat or Pressure

Traditional engraving is done by using small tool bits and scratching off bits of the material on the surface to create a pattern. The pressure of the tool bits can damage softer materials or brittle materials such as glass. The constant motion of the tool bits creates heat, which can damage other materials such as plastic. Because Laser engraver does not use pressure or traditional tool bits to create the etching, many different kinds of materials can be engraved, including:

  • Plastics and acrylic materials
  • Organic materials such as wood, paper, stone, and marble
  • Metals
  • Glass
  • Finished leathers
  • Ceramics

Laser Engraving Can Create Extremely Precise and Sharp Engravings

While traditional engraving can be somewhat precise, tool bits can only be so small. This means that there is a limit to how precise the engravings can be. Lines on the engraving must be at least as thick as the diameter of the tool bit. This is not the case with laser engraving. With a laser engraving machine, the computer can dial down the thickness of the lines so that it is a small as you want it to be. This allows you to create incredibly precise and sharp lines.

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