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The product you plan to manufacture on the laser engraver and the expected output are key aspects to consider when choosing a laser wood engraving machine.
Below we describe each criterion in more detail:
1. The size of the work area. There are benchtop (working areas from 400 x 300 mm), medium (500*700 mm and 1300 x 900 mm) and large format models (1300x 2500 mm).
Basically it depends on the standard of sheet size and the size of the final product. The blank size available in your region will determine the working area of your future machine. It's also important to know if you need to pre-cut these materials or if you're going to be dealing with the entire sheet.
Important: For laser engraving of a single unit, the tabletop model is the best choice. When it comes to mass production, mid-format laser engravers and even larger models are more suitable and profitable options.
2. The working table descending depth of the laser engraving machine. This function determines the workpiece size you can machine. For example, if the machine is equipped with a lift table, you can use a swivel and carve on a wooden railing.
3. Engraving and cutting speed. It is individual for each machine and can vary between 0 and 2000 m/s.
4. Positioning accuracy. A parameter representing the acceptable error limit for laser engraving.
One of the most important factors affecting the positioning accuracy is the presence of the fuselage frame structure, which strengthens the entire structure of the laser machine.
During the engraving process, the rapid movement of the laser head will generate an excessive moment of inertia. This means that many machines can shake during operation, reducing the quality and accuracy of the final image.