Acrylic (PMMA) is ideal for laser processing projects such as illuminated advertisements, signage, point of sales displays and more. Without any additional post-processing, the laser cuts result in shiny, flame polished edges. Panels up to 25 mm thick can be cut efficiently and cost-effectively. Acrylic can be engraved to create a matted finish with the CO2 laser, or marked to create a color change with the fiber laser.
Sheets of polymethyl methacrylate or PMMA (also known as acrylic or Plexiglas) have been used to replace less-durable materials like glass in many different ways. It's a favorite material used in everything from outdoor signage to motorcycle windscreens to desk decorations to medical devices, and it can be cut and crafted into almost any shape with an acrylic laser-cutting machine). It's a very durable and weather-resistant product that won't shatter on impact and a favorite substance of several industries, including the automotive and plastics industries.
Acrylic cutting and engraving application:
Sealed Co2 glass laser tube
Resetting positioning accuracy:
Laser cut 5.3, CorelDraw, AutoCAD, Photoshop
Whole machine size:
0-20 mm acrylic (others determined by materials)
Minimum shaping character
letter 0.8mm, Chinese 2mm
Support graphic format
DST, PLT, BMP, DXF
DC0.8A 24V stepper motor
Circulation water cooling
AC 110 - 220V±10%, 50 - 60Hz or depend on customer
Up and down table, rotary attachment
1 year, laser tube 10 months
III.What industries would benefit from the use of a laser engraver?
Sign makers, party decorations, novelty makers, awards and trophies, applique embroidery, wooden toys, airplane models, model buildings, textile patterns, template makers, .etc.
Aluminum, Copper, brass, silver, gold, ... NOT engravable with CO2 laser.