Designed with a modular, full aluminum structure, Laserman is equipped with an exclusively designed air filter that absorbs smoke. 0.08*0.1mm ultra-fine compressed laser spot, whether engraving or cutting, can carve amazing works.
Air Filtration Device
It can absorb and filter smoke during the engraving process to keep the room clean, while improving the accuracy of engraving and reducing the interference of smoke on the laser.
Full-color Touch Screen
A new operating mode, no need to connect to a computer, all functions can be realized through the touch screen.
If a fire occurs during the engraving process, the machine will automatically alarm and cut off the power supply.
Newest Laser Module
Up to 5.5w laser output power, compressed spot 0.08x0.1mmmm,It can cut 3 mm plywood and 6 mm pine board at one time.
Modular design, DIY kit suitable for novices, no tedious wiring process, simple and quick installation of the machine.
All parts are made of aluminum, light in weight and high in strength, no acrylic parts are used.
Control the engraving machine through the web page, transfer the engraving file, the operation is convenient and efficient.
Laser module adjustment range reaches s0-s1000, and it can be engraved and cut on paper, wood, and metal at will.
Prevent the wrong operation from causing the machine to collide.
Flying Bear LaserMan
Focal Spot Diameter:
Electrical Power of Laser Module:
Engraving File Format:
NC, BMP, JPG,PNG, DXF, etc.
Max Engraving Speed:
Materials of Construction:
Wood, plastic, paper, bamboo,leather sponge paper, stainlesssteel, anodized aluminum, etc.
LaserGRBL(free,windows system), LightBurn(no free,window,mac)
WiFi,TF card,USB prot
5.5kg (12 pounds)
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Flying Bear LaserMan Laser Engraver Engraving Cutting Machine
Got the fan to work with lightburn, you take the yellow wire out of the plug and it comes on when you plug the fan on. Found someones video showing that on youtube. I did get the lightburn camera and it works great, just waiting for the 10 watt laser to come down in price and want to upgrade, hoping they come out with a 20 watt as would like to be able to cut real thick wood.
I bought mine off amazon, watched all the videos I could to set up. Took maybe 1 hour, I did the test burn and was amazed at the detail. Now I have had it for about 2 months playing around with different settings. Still in the learning phase but I have made a few engravings on some cutting boards for gifts and they have come out very good. I tried a photo on a tile and could not believe the detail but that does take a long time. I am learning all sort of different settings to make it faster which has helped. I normally on been running it around 1000-1500 speed, have not tried faster yet. I engraved and cut out a piece of cardboard and everyone could not believe the detail as it came out great. The only problem I am having is forgetting to use the program with it to get the fan to come on. I wished I could use it straight from lightburn with the fan on. I am thinking of getting a camera to be able to line things up better. So far I am very happy with it and the detail to how small it can engrave just blows me away.
Had a lot trouble with the display after a few emails and a bit of know how it works ok still having a few teething problems