What is the Engraving Speed of Laser Engraving Machine?

Laser engraving machine can improve the efficiency of engraving, so that the engraved surface is smooth and round. It can also quickly reduce the temperature of the non-metallic material being engraved, reducing the deformation and internal stress of the engraved object.

The laser beam is transmitted and focused on the surface of the material by the optical mechanism, and then the material at the point of action of the high energy density laser beam is rapidly vaporized to form a crater point on the surface of the material. Using computer-controlled x-y console to drive the laser head to move and control the laser switch as required. Computerized engraving machine by software processing image information has been stored in some way in the computer, when reading information from the computer in order, the laser head will be scanned back and forth along the scanning track from left to right, from top to bottom line by line. Whenever a "1" point is scanned, the laser is turned on, and when a "0" point is scanned, the laser is turned off. We know that the computer stores information in binary, which corresponds to the two states of the laser switch.

Engraving machine three axes in one axis does not move, the engraving machine at this time to check the corresponding axis corresponding to the drive is damaged. Check method is to use the replacement method: will not move the axis corresponding to the drive aviation plug unplugged and inserted in the other can move the axis corresponding to the drive. If the exchange does not move the axis to go normal, it can be explained that the axis corresponding to the driver has been damaged, woodworking engraving machine needs to replace the driver. If still not moving on the cable or motor failure, the need to replace the cable or motor.

Engraving speed refers to the speed of the laser head movement, usually with IPS (inches / second), high speed to bring high productivity. Speed is also used to control the depth of cut, for a given laser intensity, the slower the speed, the greater the depth of cut or engraving. You can adjust the speed using the mold engraver panel or by using the computer's print driver. The adjustment is 1% in the range of 1% to 100%.