FAQ

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How to choose among different models?

HS-Z Series: Square rail config. are mainly used for advertisement with higher precision for large thickness acrylic, wood processing

HS-T Series: Sliding rail config. are mainly used for textile industry like fabric, textile, paper with faster speed

HS-S Series: Up&down or rotary attachment is equipped for large thickness or cylindrical object on base of T series

HS-B Series: Same as HS-Z series, it’s equipped with square rail but larger working area

HS-ZM/BM Series: On base of HS-Z or B series, it’s suitable for both metal and non-metal working

How does laser cutting and laser engraving wood work?

When cutting and engraving wood and timber with the laser, high processing speed and clean edges are particularly important. Woodcutting lasers produce a clean laser cut and accurate edges, even when working on highly complex object shapes and sizes. Time consuming and difficult cleaning processes are eliminated, as no chips are produced when cutting or engraving wood or timber with the laser.

HS-ZM/BM Series: On base of HS-Z or B series, it’s suitable for both metal and non-metal working

Does the wood burn during laser cutting?

In the cutting clearance of the material, the laser will generate a temperature increase that is higher than the sublimation temperature of wood. The ‘suddenly evaporated’—in other words ‘sublimated’—wood is visible in the form of smoke escaping at a fast rate. This smoke also transports the introduced heat away from the wood.

Consequently, there is only relatively low thermal stress on the material near the cutting clearance. By accurate focusing, selecting the appropriate opticsand supplying compressed air, high-quality cuts on wood can be produced, and the cutting edges, with their brown color, can often be used effectively in the design.

HS-ZM/BM Series: On base of HS-Z or B series, it’s suitable for both metal and non-metal working

Can any type of wood be cut and engraved with the laser?

Since wood is a natural material, the laser user must consider various characteristics, such as the density and resin content of each individual type. Soft woods, like Balsa wood, require a lower laser power and can be cut at a higher speed. Hard wood, as an example of dense wood types, on the other hand, requires a higher laser power.

Consequently, there is only relatively low thermal stress on the material near the cutting clearance. By accurate focusing, selecting the appropriate opticsand supplying compressed air, high-quality cuts on wood can be produced, and the cutting edges, with their brown color, can often be used effectively in the design.

HS-ZM/BM Series: On base of HS-Z or B series, it’s suitable for both metal and non-metal working

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