LASER ENGRAVING ON WOVENS, COTTON, SILK, NYLON AND MUCH MORE
| LASER CUTTING AND ENGRAVING OF TEXTILES
Application examples for cutting of fabrics with Chanxan laser CO₂ laser systems:
What are the advantages of laser cutting of textiles?
We recommend the following laser systems for the cutting of textiles:
|2-heads Fabric Laser Cutter|
| What added value have Chanxan laser CO₂ laser cutter in textile processing?
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It adopts imported or high-quality domestic CO2 RF laser source, which has better beam quality, high photoelectric conversion rate and good performance.
High engraving precision, clear marking machine, not easy to wear, fast marking speed, stable performance, no consumables for equipment.
Long working life, stable laser output, suitable for industrial long-term continuous work, and can be refifilled with gas continuing to use.
Support PLT, PCX, DXF, BMP and other documents, directly use SHX, TTF fonts, support automatic coding, serial number, batch number, date, barcode and QR code marking, software has graphic anti-play function.
The software recognizes the contour of the graphic, automatically generates the cutting path and completes the cutting.
The waste of materials and time caused by inaccurate positioning is avoided. Machine supports camera calibration compensation, and corrects the overall offset that occurs after the device has been running for a period of time to ensure accurate contour cutting.
The Residual Amount Control System is used to detect the length of the cloth balance by the sensor probe, and the feeding motor is automatically turned on and off to achieve the free and non-stretching conveyance of the cloth.
High pixel capture graphics with a maximum recognition area of up to 4 square meters.
Widely used in aviation, aerospace, sporting goods, jewelry, golf head, medical equipment, aluminum denture, instrumentation, electronics, machining, automotive and other industries, especially for gold and silver jewelry fill the hole, point weld lines, mosaic pieces and claw foot unit area, such as welding.