Galvo Laser Marking Machine For Wood
Type: CO2 Marking Machine
Products Introduction: Designed for intricate designs, logos, and text, it ensures high precision on various wood surfaces. This advanced machine delivers permanent markings, making it a reliable choice for woodworking, crafts, and artistic applications.
- High-Speed Galvo System: Equipped with a high-speed galvanometer system, this laser marker swiftly navigates intricate patterns and designs on wood surfaces. Its rapid scanning capabilities ensure efficient production without compromising on quality.
- Wood-Specific Customization: The machine’s parameters can be finely tuned to match the unique characteristics of wood, resulting in high-contrast and detailed markings. This flexibility accommodates a variety of wood types and finishes, allowing for exquisite engravings on furniture, artwork, and more.
- Non-contact Precision: The non-contact laser marking process ensures that delicate wood surfaces remain intact during engraving. This feature, combined with the machine’s high precision, makes it perfect for applications ranging from personalized gifts to intricate woodwork embellishments.
Machine Optional Parts
RF30 RF40 RF60 100W
Wave length of laser
Laser output power
30W 40W 60W 100W
Water cooling /Air cooling
AC220V/ 50Hz/2kVA, AC110V/ 60Hz
PLT, BMP, DXF, JPG, TIF, AI etc
wood, MDF, balsa, timber, veneer, plywood, bamboo, acrylic, crystal, glass, plexiglass, mirror glass, textiles, garments plastics, PMMA, paper, cardboard, foam, foils and films, packaging film, PES, Laminate sheet, double color board/plate, granite, marble, slate, leather, rubber, ceramic and other nonmetal materials.
advertisement, arts and crafts, gifts, printing and packaging, leather industry, garment cloths industry, model industry, gravestone/combstone industry, photographic sutio industry, computerized embroidery and clipping, paper industry and decoration industry.
The marking speed can vary depending on the material and design, but it can range from 2,000 to 5,000 millimeters per second.
Yes, CO2 laser marks are durable and resistant to fading, making them suitable for permanent identification.
CO2 lasers cannot directly mark on transparent materials but can be used with additives or surface coatings to create visible marks.
The depth of the mark is controlled by adjusting the laser power and the number of passes over the material.
Operators should wear appropriate protective eyewear, avoid direct exposure to the laser beam, and ensure proper ventilation in the workspace.