Acrylic is the most common term we use for this material, and it is also called Polymethyl methacrylate, or PMMA.
Laser cutting can be used from the acrylic plate complex graphics processing and marking, in the use of laser cutting, is through the energy burning to make the acrylic gasification, no material contact, so cutting is very clean, cutting is very easy. When sculpting acrylic with a laser, the laser burns the surface of the acrylic using energy, creating a marked effect on the surface of the acrylic.
What are the advantages of using acrylic laser cutting machine?
Laser engraving cutting machine can meet the majority of acrylic products engraving and cutting needs. If you have any questions, please contact our laser experts to help you find the right acrylic laser cutter.
1. Advertising application: advertising signs, LOGO cards, luminous words
2, architectural application: decorative doors and Windows, daylighting cover, swimming pool, bathroom facilities
3, traffic applications: trains, cars and other vehicle doors and Windows
4, civilian supplies: crafts, cosmetics, bracket, aquarium
5, lighting application: fluorescent lamp, chandelier, street lampshade
Application: stores, exhibition halls, shopping malls, office buildings, villas, hotels, medical care, education, catering, etc
We pick the Nova series since it’s perfect for your high precision and efficiency needs while procssing acrylic items.
We pick the Odin Series since it’s perfect for your high precision and efficiency needs while procssing wood items.
All of our laser equipment have our self-developed interface called LaserMaker that is user-friendly and easy to understand.
Our well-trained staff follow our established production process and QC system, leading to optimized stability and durability among our laser machines.
Advanced servo motor within our lasers can achieve high-speed cutting, marking, engraving without lowering your wood items’ quality.
Each of our laser machines has a minimum wastage and better processing time thanks to our use of red dot pointer technology that calibrates the laser’s position.