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Reduce Run Times with the DPI Setting

This common engraving resolution setting can have dramatic effects on engraving run times.

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DPI is a common engraving resolution setting that can have dramatic effects on engraving run times. Many substrates such as wood and fabric can be laser engraved using lower DPI settings, often as low as 300 or 400, reducing the number of engraving strokes or passes. By lowering the DPI setting, engraving run times can be reduced by 30 to 40 percent, often with similar or even better engraving results.

-Mike Fruciano, Coherent

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Mike Fruciano

Mike Fruciano is a Market Development Manager for Coherent Inc. Mike brings 25 years of laser systems, laser processing, and materials experience, and is a frequent writer and speaker on these topics. Contact Mike at 602-616-4971 or at mike.fruciano@coherent.com.

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