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Laser engrave text, logos, and photos on a wide variety of materials including wood, acrylic, stone, metal, and more!
Laser engraving from wood, leather, cardboard, glass and plastics
Laser cutting from thin (up to 3-5mm) wood, leather, textiles and plastics
Easy to operate
Automatic focus height adjustment for fast material change
Work surface 600 x 400 mm, 1000 x 600 mm, 1300 x 900 mm or 1500 x 900 mm
Laser powers of 60-150W
Extension possibility for rotation module
Suitable for professional use
The CO2 laser machines CW series are high-quality and robust machines and are perfectly suited for industrial production. The work surface can be automatically raised and lowered with the press of a button. With the built-in height sensor in the laser head, the machine can fully automatically focus itself, so no more manual work. Laser cutting or laser engraving is an ideal process for processing a large number of materials. The infrared laser melts or evaporates the material, allowing you to cut (high laser power) or engrave (low laser power). During the engraving, the laser will evaporate the top layer, causing the surface structure to change. The CO2 laser machines CW series are supplied with a heavy industrial air extractor and have the possibility for expansion with a rotation module. The CW series are suitable for companies looking for a reliable, affordable machine.
The CO2 laser machines CW series are ideal for professional, serial use of serial cut and engraving of small to large objects for thicknesses up to 15mm. Laser powers range from 60 to 150W. The robust design ensures that the last product in the series looks exactly like the first product. The cutting and engraving speed is comparable to the CW series CO2 laser machines.
The CO2 laser machines CW series have a working surface of 60 x 40 cm, 100 x 60 cm, 130 x 90 cm or 150 x 90 cm. The machine comes standard with a knife bed on which the material to be cut or engraved is placed, but the CO2 laser machines CW series can also be supplied with a honeycomb bed as an option. A honeycomb bed supports the material better, this is especially useful when you cut flexible materials such as fabrics or regularly make small objects. These small objects remain on the honeycomb bed after cutting.
The used controller on the CO2 laser machines CW series is the same as with the other CO2 laser machines. On the fully graphic display you can easily prepare a laser job and follow the progress graphically during cutting or engraving. This controller has a very good error handling which makes the machine easy to use for (non-technical) beginners, but also for advanced users.
Preparing a laser assignment is done via the included laser software. You send digital designs to the laser machine and you can control the laser machine. With this software you can work in multiple layers with separate settings in each layer, so that combined jobs with multiple engraving or cutting operations can be carried out. This software is suitable for Windows, MAC OSX and Linux and available in multiple languages including Dutch, English, French, and so on. In the included Dutch manual you will find extensive information on how to operate the laser software and controller.
For laser cutting use is made of cutting drawings in vector format. In the laser software you can create a simple design yourself or import a vector file. These vector files come standard from more graphic programs such as Adobe Illustrator (ai format) or more technical programs such as AutoCAD or Fusion360.
The following vector formats are supported by the laser software:
* ai - Adobe Illustrator. Draw the industry standard for vector.
.pdf - Portable Document Format. Standardized exchange of files.
.dxf - Drawing Exchange Format. Standardized export format of most mechanical design software
.svg - Scalable Vector Graphics. Format that is rapidly emerging and where a lot of open source software is available.
With the laser software it is very easy to convert black and white (raster) images into vector files so that they can then immediately be used to cut them out.
You can also use the laser software to import images for laser engraving. MetaQuip often uses PhotoGrav software for more complex images, which means that the conversion of images without further pre- or post-processing is always perfect. The laser software supports the following formats:
* .jpg * .jpeg
Laser safety and CE certification
These types of machines work with high power invisible laser light which can cause burns, eye damage and even blindness for the operator of the machine as well as for bystanders. Take laser safety and CE certification seriously when purchasing these types of laser machines and request the laser safety reports and technical construction files from your laser machine supplier!
The CO2 Production machines comply with all applicable CE machine guidelines and laser safety standards. The CO2 Production machines are class 1 laser devices, which means that during normal use no one can be exposed to laser radiation. When the laser is opened, all lasers immediately switch off and the current laser job is interrupted. Safety first.
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The CW series comes with a industrial air extraction to remove vapor and dust that is released during laser welding. Air compressor which ensures that lens and laser head stays clean as long as possible and industrial water cooler which ensures that the laser tube remains cooled during the laser process. The only thing you have to take care of is a place for the machine, 230VAC socket and an air exhaust duct (100mm).
Work surface 600 x 400 mm, 1000 x 600 mm, 1300 x 900 mm or 150 x 900 mm
For active cooling of the laser tube. This is a closed system.
To create overpressure at the lens so that it does not pollute as quickly.
To quickly remove welding fumes. Required: direct air discharge to the outside (150mm) or air filter.
Laser software to import vector files and raster images or prepare a simple laser job directly for laser processing.
|Laser Engraving||Laser cutting|
|The CO2 laser machines CW series are perfectly suited for laser engraving of a large number of materials, such as wood, leather, textile, glass, mirror and anodised or painted materials of metal and a large number of plastics.||The CO2 laser machines CW series are also very suitable for heavier carving (up to 15mm thickness) of fabrics, wood leather, textiles and a large number of plastics such as acrylate.|
Working area: 600x400mm 1000x600mm 1300x90mm 1500x900mm
Laser Type: Glass Sealed-off CO, laser tube, wavelength 10.6 um
Laser Power: 60W (on request), 80W, 100W, 130W, 150W
Laser Tube Cooling: Water Cooling with demi water
Laser output power: 0-100%
Engraving speed: 0-1200mm / s
Cutting speed: 0-600mm / s
Working voltage: AC230V / 110V +/- 10%, 50-60Hz
Position accuracy: +/- 0.01mm
Minimal Character size: 1mm
Machine Power: <1500W
Motorized Up-Down Table: High precision electric spindle 250mm
Work environment: Temperature 5-45 degrees Celsius, Humidity 5-95%
External dimensions [L x W x H]:
MQ6040H: 92 x 142 x 103cm (60W). The 80W version is about 25-35cm wider.
MQ1060H: 147 x 112 x 93cm (60W). The 80 / 100W version is about 25-35cm wider.
MQ1390H: 186 x 135 x 93cm (130W).
MQ1590: 200 x 142 x 105cm (150W).
Control software: Laser software Windows, MAC OSx, Linux (Laserworks on request)
vector: ai, pdf, dxf, svg, hpgl, plt, rd
raster image: bmp, jpg, jpeg, png, gif, tga
Which materials are compatible with a CO2 laser engraver machine?
Extruded or Cast Acrylic
Stone, Marble, and Granite
Paper and Cardboard
And Many More!
glass bottle engraving
key chain laser engraving
craft laser engraving
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