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What is a Laser engraver?

Laser engraver is an automated laser machine with CNC (Computer Numerical Control) system that adopts Fiber/UV/CO2 laser beam to cut & engrave 2D/3D letters, numbers, texts, patterns, photos, pictures, signs or logos on the surface of metals (steel, copper, brass, aluminum, gold, silver, alloy, iron), acrylic, delrin, glass, crystal, rubber, wood, fabric, plastic, leather, paper, stone, textiles.

A laser engraving machine is an automatic CNC laser kit composed of bed frame, CNC controller, laser generator, laser engraving head, power supply, laser tube, lens, mirror, servo motor or stepper motor, gas storage tank, gas cylinder, water chiller, dust extractor, air cooling filer, dryer, air compressor, laser engraving software and system. Laser engraver is also known as laser engraving machine, laser etching machine, laser etcher, laser burning machine, laser burner, laser stippling machine, laser engraving system, laser engraving table, laser engraving equipment, laser engraving tool, laser branding machine, laser printing machine.

Why Choose Laser Engraving Machine

Quality and Accuracy

Engraving patterns are made by vaporizing material with a precision laser beam. The laser is computer controlled to assure accuracy. This means the engraving will exactly match your specifications, and multiple engravings of the same pattern will be identical.

Fast Order Fulfillment

Laser engraving is an automated process that isn’t slowed down by the need for cutting tool replacement or the labor intensive manual cutting of traditional techniques. Finely detailed complex patterns, once considered unfeasible, are engraved quickly and efficiently. What might have required weeks to engrave is doable in a few hours.


Laser engraving works with a wide variety of materials of varying degrees of thicknesses. These include metals, coated metals, stainless steel, carbon steel, and plastics. The process isn’t limited to flat surfaces. Patterns can be engraved on rounded, uneven, and other complex surfaces of 3D objects. Lasers can engrave patterns in areas that are hard to reach by other techniques.

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Laser Cleaning Application : A Complete Guide

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What materials can be laser cleaned?

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Lasers are an incredible technology being used in almost every industry for creating the products people use around the world. Laser cleaning is becoming a popular method for removing thin layers of rust and[...]

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Laser Cleaning Techniques in Industrial Applications

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Laser technology is now replacing conventional abrasive and chemical processes in many applications, such as rust removal, depainting, degreasing, activation, restoration, pre-/post-welding joint cleaning, surface preparation, decontamination, and rejuvenation. As a cleaning technique, lasers[...]

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What is Laser Cleaning? How Does it Work?

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What is Laser Cleaning? Laser cleaning is an eco-friendly process used to remove rust, paint, oxide and other contaminants from metal surfaces. Because of its efficiency, it is being used in an increasing number[...]

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Laser Coating Removal

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Traditional coating-removal techniques, such as sandblasting, can be cumbersome and harmful to the materials involved. Laser cleaning, however, is capable of safely removing the coatings without damage to the substrate. Furthermore, when the laser[...]

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Laser Paint Removal

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Laser Paint Removal is an ablative process whereby laser energy is focused and absorbed by the surface, resulting in vaporization of the coating with minimal effect to the underlying substrate. This process can be[...]

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