Laser marking machine proofing is to put the product to be marked on the laser marking machine for effect testing before purchasing. It is an important process of the enterprise to correctly display the effect of customer requirements, mainly to check the quality of the workpiece, and at the same time echo the previous process, and make timely adjustments when problems arise. It can also give customers a certain basis for proofreading. Only after the customer confirms the proofreading can the paper be marked. At the same time, proofing can also provide useful reference data for enterprises to formally carry out production and processing. Among them, laser marking machine proofing is a free display service that many manufacturers must provide to customers, and it is also a test of the marking effect. Through proofing, we can also understand the raw materials, equipment quality and production efficiency of the laser marking machine. The most important thing is whether the proofing effect can meet the production needs of our own enterprise. If you are not satisfied with the proofing effect, you must adjust it in time so that the proofing effect can be recognized by the enterprise before the manufacturer can place an order for purchase. Every product that needs to be marked in daily life will have a different molecular structure, and the laser acceptance rate for each product is also different, so the marking effect of the laser marking machine on different products is also different. The same marks made with a laser marking machine are processed on glass and ceramics, and the results will be different. Moreover, from the perspective of another material, there are many kinds of glass materials on the market. From the perspective of being responsible to customers and maintaining corporate reputation, manufacturers will definitely conduct sample surveys on customers. In addition, the laser marking machine belongs to the customized product series, which needs to be tailored according to the different needs of customers. The customer puts forward the demand, and the manufacturer manufactures the equipment according to the customer's demand. Proofing is more conducive to the performance debugging of the entire equipment.