The traditional deep engraving method is to move a certain height at regular intervals during the engraving process to ensure that the laser surface is well focused. The above problems not only ensure the effect, but also improve the efficiency and save the cost of the electric elevator. The appearance of 3D dynamic focusing laser marking machine is a major leap in the field of laser marking.
The surface shape of its processing object is no longer limited to the level plane, but can be extended to three-dimensional surface. Compared with traditional two-dimensional laser marking machines, D dynamic focus laser marking machines have the following advantages. Anodized aluminum (such as anodized aluminum) is usually marked with higher frequency pulses at appropriate energy. The focusing distance has a significant impact on the energy distribution and color effect of the laser on the surface of the material.
For ordinary 2D bidding users, even if they don't need surface bidding and other advanced features, they can do multi-grayscale and multi-color processing on the plane. During the engraving process, traditional 2D markers deeply engrave the surface of the object. The laser energy used at the actual surface of the object can significantly affect the depth of the laser.
3D bidding can be divided into two types, front focus and rear focus, and when it comes to front focus mode, a larger bidding mode can be achieved. In general, using a larger X-axis deflection lens allows for the entrance. Since 3D marking can quickly change the laser focus and laser beam position, surface tenders that were not possible in the past with 2D are possible.
After using 3D markers, the processing efficiency can be improved by cylindrical tenders within the range of light projection. In addition, many parts of Cortel Industrial products have surface shapes that are not just flat Ponger. For 2D marking processing, this is very easy to achieve.
Three-dimensional dynamic focusing laser marking is laser surface concave processing, compared with traditional two-dimensional laser marking, the surface finish of three-dimensional marking objects is greatly reduced. The machinable effects are rich and colorful, and creative processing technology emerges as the times require. In the field of coding and marking, two-dimensional laser bidding machines are widely used in the flat bidding of various products, but with the development of the industry, the processing requirements of three-dimensional surfaces (eg).
Traditional two-dimensional laser marking machines, such as three-dimensional circuits for mobile phone antennas, are difficult to meet the needs of this processing.