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Laser cutting is a useful technology for modern shops. The Laser cutter works by commanding a powerful laser ray, at an accurate focal length, on the objects to cut or scratch. The cutting depends on the way the cutter is set up. The laser cutter is set up  to etch the surface materials, by using their laser beam.


The laser ray or beam of these machines can heat, melt or vaporize the object to be cut. The technology has been in use for a few decades but is being improved continuously to boost functionality and accuracy. There are different types of laser cutting methods with different pros and cons.


This instruction is meant to be reserved for those who look for laser cutting for the first time. Learn here a bit more about how laser cutters work. The technology behind the laser cutting machine and how they can produce results on different materials.


First: Selecting materials

The laser cutting machine emits a beam of light in a specific wavelength which can be controlled by the trained professionals with mechanized access to lenses and mirrors.  The laser burns melts or vaporizesthe focused material. The experts only can do the line of cutting according to the potency of the materials.  the preferred results, and the cutting depth. This suggests that either the laser can cut across the material, or can etch out the design into the facade.

  • For engraving, the suitable materials are Ceramics, Stone, Marble, Mylar, glass, pressboard, and metal.
  • For laser cutting the suitable materials are acrylic, metal, cloth, wood, leather, veneer, melamine, and rubber.

Second: Design input

Most laser cutting machine cuts difficult parts for machines. Or, it engraves designs on architectural pieces. The right expertise, however, with their skill can do a lot of other tasks. Most of these systems are controlled by computer programming which provides a secure way of cutting at a suitable speed.


Third: the laser focusing

Finally, after the setting of the design and the material is set on the table the powerful lens focusses the laser beam. The very thin, light stream powered by carbon dioxide in most modern industrial lasers gives off radiation at a 10.6 micrometers wavelength which is hardly noticeable to the naked eye.


Words of caution

The whole host materials for laser cutting like Wood, Acrylic, Plastic, Paper, are flammable. So never walk away in the middle way.


Aluminum is quite reflective and it can potentially send back the laser beam to its source that might damage the laser diode. If cut any reflective thing, never put the reflective plane facing upwards. Also, be convinced that you are not using high power.


The power can be controlled by you while printing.  More power will generate more heat and there will be more chances of setting on fire. Handle laser cutting machine with caution to ensure your safety.