Views:1 Author:Maichuang Laser Publish Time: 2021-04-30 Origin:MC
1. The difference between laser marking machine and laser engraving machine: the working format is different.
The working area of the laser marking machine is not very large, just as big as an ordinary desk.
Some low-power laser engraving machines have a small processing area, but some high-power laser engraving machines are mainly used to cut metal. The processing area is very large, at least the size of a bed.
2. The difference between laser marking machine and laser engraving machine 2: speed difference.
The speed of laser marking machine is much faster than that of laser engraving machine. Like a mineral water manufacturer, the assembly line for 1 minute is about 100 meters.
3, the difference between laser marking machine and laser engraving machine three: the depth is different.
Laser engraving machine can engrave on a large stroke size, and it can also cut, and the depth is far more than that of laser marking machine.
4. The difference between laser marking machine and laser engraving machine 4: The laser is different.
The optical path system part of the laser engraving machine is composed of three reflective lenses and a focusing lens. The laser is generally a carbon dioxide glass tube. The life of the glass tube laser is generally within 2000-10000 hours. Carbon dioxide glass tube lasers are all disposable. The lasers of laser marking machines are generally metal tube lasers (non-metal marking machines) and YAG solid-state lasers (metal laser marking machines), and their service life is generally more than five years. The metal tube of the laser marking machine can be inflated again for use.
5. The difference between laser marking machine and laser engraving machine five: the price is different.
The price of laser marking machine is different due to different materials, ranging from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands. For non-metal laser engraving and cutting machines, the low-power price is much cheaper than laser marking machines. But laser engraving machines for cutting thick metals are also very expensive.