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Laser Engraving Cutting Machine

  • 20W Laser Power 400x400mm
  • Engraving Area Fixed-Focus
  • Ultra-thin Laser High-Energy Support


There are several options available with laser engraving machines. More adaptable than router engravers or milling machines, laser engravers can readily customize wooden goods, engrave glasses or ceramic cups, etch on stone or plastic, mark coated metal plates, print on fabric and leather, and much more.

The versatility, speed, and precision of CO2 laser cutters enables makers, hobbyists, and entrepreneurs to produce everything from a simple machine concept to packaging to trophies & awards.

The device is applicable to the following industries:

  1. Advertising: engraving double-color plates, acrylic, signs, crystals, trophies, authorizations, etc.
  2. Glass: pre-engraving sandblasting films, shadows, glass background walls, glass screens, etc.
  3. Marble: engraving images and creating decorative paintings (first engrave, then hand color before mounting on a frame).
  4. Jewelry: gold engravings and making jade and gold pendants.
  5. Handicraft: engraving text and beautiful patterns on shells, marble, leather, bones, ivory, bamboo, wood, etc.
  6. Leather Garment: complex text graphic engraving on fur, fabric, artificial leather, and synthetic leather. Engraving on garments, gloves, home decoration, hats, shoes, handbags, cars, and toys. 
  7. Packaging: engraving on a rubber sheet, knife sheet for cutting die, double-layered sheet, plastic sheet, etc.
  8. Models: creating airplane models, architectural sand table models, etc.

Yes, Engraving is Easy! Since laser devices function similarly to office printers, the procedure is straightforward. These three steps make using a laser machine for cutting and engraving simple: Choose your design and print, choose the laser’s speed and power parameters for your material, then press “GO” to laser it!
It shouldn’t stop you from purchasing a laser engraver if you are concerned about learning how to use one. With laser engravers, you can use a wide variety of design software, so you might not need to learn how to use a new design software in order to utilize the laser engraver.

Laser engravers are extremely useful because of the variety of materials that they can engrave. Before selecting the laser engraver you want to buy, consider the various projects you will be working on and the materials you will be engraving. The several materials that can be engraved using a laser engraver are listed below.

Metal : Laser engraving on metal can be used for key chains, jewelry, gifts, name tags, and many other applications. The engraving is precise and has a high degree of accuracy.

Plastic and Rubber : Instead of utilizing a traditional engraver, laser engravers have the advantage of allowing for extremely precise engraving on plastic without having to worry about melting the material. If you want to engrave on plastic or rubber, the CO2 Laser Engraver is your best bet.

Glass or Crystal : Since glass and crystal are so brittle, they cannot be engraved with a traditional engraver. You can create precise, long-lasting engravings using a laser engraver that are ideal for wine glasses, prizes, and trophies.

Paper : Using a laser engraver to cut paper is an excellent use of a laser engraver. It can be used to make artwork, invitations, and other kinds of creative projects.

You should absolutely be aware of this before starting any engraving. You need to be careful not to use the laser engraver on anything that can harm the object you are trying to engrave.

Materials you shouldn’t use a laser to process

  • Leather and artificial leather that contains chromium (VI)
  • Carbon fibers (Carbon)
  • Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
  • Polyvinyl butyrale (PVB)
  • Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE /Teflon)
  • Beryllium oxide
  • Any materials containing halogens (fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and astatine), epoxy or phenolic resins

The following materials need to be handled carefully:

  • Manganese
  • Chromium
  • Nickel
  • Cobalt
  • Copper
  • Lead

The projects you’ll be working on will determine the size of the laser engraver. You’ll need an engraving machine that fits neatly in your office or workshop while also being big enough to handle the jobs you’ll be working on. You may want to utilize a professional service if you are working on really huge tasks.

With only a minimal initial investment, laser engraving is a lucrative profession that offers business opportunities.
You can utilize a laser system right away since they are so simple to operate, and because they are so reasonably priced, they typically pay for themselves very quickly. You’ll discover laser engraving to be a successful new option to launch a laser engraving business, whether you opt to work from home or open a storefront.

Here are just a few ideas to start a business:

  • Wedding Gifts: photo albums, etched glasses
  • Photo Engraving: family memories on marble
  • Signage: Create custom signs in wood and acrylic
  • Models: From architectural models to toys