Completing Print-and-Cut Applications with Your Laser

Print-and-cut applications have become more and more popular in the market

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Print-and-cut applications have become more and more popular in the market. To create print-and-cut applications, you need a laser with a CCD camera for cutting after printing.

If your budget is limited, the use of jigs can be helpful to handle positioning issues. Besides that, choose a proper wattage for the laser according to the material you often use. To cut or engrave thin materials, like sheet paper or thin acrylic, a low wattage 30W or lower is enough; if thick materials like wood are used, a high wattage of 40W or higher will be required.

Lastly, the workable area is one thing you need to look over. You may want to match the working area of a printer with that of a laser engraver so that a laser engraver can work on the printed substrate and optimize the utility of the space to accommodate two pieces of equipment.

Learn about combining laser engraving with UV-LED printing.

Keira Lee

Keira Lee

Keira Lee is the chief of the GCC marketing department. She digs out the needs of the market of cutting plotters and UV printers and binds the product strategy to the tactics to drive success in sales and marketing.

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