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Required items:Material: 3mm plywood Other items: some glue Laser head: standard head
Thunder laser used:Laser cutting machine: Nova35 80watt
Setting parameters:Processing Mode: Cutting speed: 40mm/s Cutting power: 50% Engrave speed: 40mm/s Engraving power: 50% You can also draw on CorelDraw and then click on the laser plug-in to switch to the laser software. Set the appropriate parameters on the laser software and click Download to transfer the design to your laser cutting machine. Place the plywood on the work table of the Laser cutting machine, move the laser head to the proper position, adjust the focal length, press the “Origin” on the LCD control panel to set the starting position, and then press the “Start” to start the work. Collect all the pieces cut out, Let’s do it by yourself. Tips: 1.The power/speed settings will be different depend on different material and different machine configuration, to get the best setting parameters, users need to test several times. You can download a parameter list from our site is for reference. http://www.thunderlaser.com.au/laser-download 2.It’suggested to use strong air assist during laser cutting wood and other materials that are easy to catch fire, it will reduce the burning and improve the cutting quality a lot.If you want to learn more about our laser cutter, you can also watch our videos: http://www.thunderlaser.com.au/video/what-laser-cutter-can-create.html If you have any question, just feel free to contact with us. Popular Pages
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