Laser cut fabric and engraving

Tips on Processing techniques in thunder laser machine

If the fabric exhibits instability, how should it be resolved?

If the fabric exhibits instability, 1.You can solve this by increasing the humidity of the fabric, as wetting can reduce the possibility of any of these fibers being damaged during the laser process 2. The stability of the textile can also be maintained by defocusing or adjusting the pattern grayscale, or more precise methods can be used on the material to maintain the stability of the textile

Which textiles can be laser cut?

Basically, 50% of textiles can be laser cut, such as cotton, felt, silk, linen, lace, polyester, or wool. For synthetic textiles, the heat of the laser can seal the edges and prevent wear. However, if the textile contains PVC components, we generally do not recommend processing because long-term laser engraving can damage the laser engraving and cutting machine, and damage the internal structure of the machine body

How to store textiles?

Different fabrics have different storage methods, but they can be roughly divided into the following points
1. Store the fabric at room temperature and in a ventilated and dry environment. It is not advisable to directly expose the fabric to sunlight, heat sources, or moisture, and place an appropriate amount of anti mold and anti moth agents
2. It is best to store it in a bag
3. During the storage period of woolen fabrics, the cabinets should be regularly opened, ventilated, and kept dry.
4. During the hot and humid season, the wool fabric should be dried several times to prevent mold.

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