When it comes to laser engraving, many things can be ignored for enthusiasts, but for commercial projects, we need to consider many factors: materials, quality, time, money, design drawings, because these aspects will affect To the success of this carving project. In laser engraving, the material is violently heated by the incident laser beam. Depending on the exposure time, its color changes and creates contrast, and sometimes it even evaporates or burns. The laser engraver achieved in this way is permanent and has excellent corrosion resistance.
A Laser pointer is a small handheld device similar to a pen. It uses a power source (usually a battery) and a diode laser to produce a coherent monochromatic beam. The laser pointer is mainly used to highlight points of interest by using a strongly colored beam. The typical low-end laser pointer that comes with the key chain is nothing more than a sturdy LED used to ensure safety. Although the present invention is specifically shown and described in conjunction with the preferred embodiments, those skilled in the art should understand that the present invention is made in form and detail without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention as defined by the appended claims. Various changes fall within the protection scope of the present invention. Using laser engraving, the process is very simple, just like using a computer and a printer to print on paper. Users can use a variety of graphics processing software in the Windows environment. For example, CorelDRAW, etc., designed and scanned graphics, vectorized graphics and various CAD files can be easily “printed” to the engraving machine. The only difference is that printing means applying toner to paper, while laser engraving means applying laser light to almost all materials such as wood products, acrylic, plastic plates, metal plates, and stone.