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Carving on plywood is actually not much different from carving on wood, but there is one thing to note, the depth of carving should not be too deep. The edge of the plywood after cutting will also be black like wood, the key thing is to see which kind of wood is used to make the plywood.
Generally speaking, the engraving on wood is usually Yin Yin, and the engraving depth is generally deeper. In this way, the power is generally set higher, such as encountering hard wood may make the color of the graphics after carving become darker. If you want to make the color lighter, you can increase the engraving speed and try to engrave more times. Some wood will produce some oily smoke attached to the surface of the wood during carving. If the wood has been painted with paint, it can be wiped off carefully with a damp cloth. If it is not painted, it may not be wiped clean, causing stains on the surface of the finished product.
The cutting depth of the laser engraving machine is generally not deep. The maximum cutting depth depends on the wood material and the power of the laser. If you want to cut very thick wood, you can slow down the cutting speed, but it may cause the wood to burn. For specific operations, you can try to use large-size lenses and use the method of repeated cutting.
Acrylic laser cutting machines generally have restrictions on the thickness of acrylic. The laser tube power is generally within 400 watts. The thickness of the processed material is about 40mm. The laser tube power determines the thickness of the processed material. When cutting organic glass, the combination of speed and light intensity, the slower the speed, the better the smoothness.
It is better to use high-power laser for organic glass above 15mm. When using plexiglass engraving, use an air-leakage jet cup. Try not to engrave too deep, otherwise the flatness of the bottom will be affected. The larger the gas will affect the edge effect of en