Our H-Series desktop CO2 laser systems are designed with the hobbyist and tinkerer in mind but still deliver professional level results. These entry level machines are capable of cutting and engraving a variety of materials with unparalleled ease of use.
The LS6090 is our most popular laser machine due to its high power wattage laser tube and large bed size. It is a versatile all-rounder supplied with a 2inch focusing lens ideal for those cutting and engraving with precision at fast speeds.
CO2 laser, the most commonly used laser source in the commercial industry, is best known as its versatility in engraving materials, stable and outstanding cutting and engraving performance yet affordable compared to other industrialized laser sources; it is the best choice among the basic commercial laser sources.
Laser cutting is a thermal cutting process for processing sheet metal. The laser beam is created by the laser source (resonator), conducted by mirrors or a transport fiber in the machine cutting head where a lens focuses it at very high power on a very small diameter.
This be that laser. My system is based the Coherent G-100, an RF excited sealed industrial C02 pulsed laser. It consists of 100 watt laser resonator and solid state RF amplifier integrated into an all aluminum enclosure. The RF amplifier provides pulsed RF power to the laser to ionize the CO2 gas ...
Priced at $70, the NEJE DK-8-KZ laser engraver is a great introductory machine to the world of laser cutting technology. With just 1,000 mW of laser power, there isn't much power behind this machine, but it's still capable of engraving designs into wood, plastic and other materials.
There are three main types of lasers used in laser cutters; CO2 lasers, fiber lasers, and neodymium lasers. Although the laser cutters are all built very similarly, they are distinct in that each type of laser has a specific power range, thus each can be used to cut through different material types and thicknesses.
FAB Shop Magazine Direct is growing in its efforts to help sheet-metal fabricators with editorial that pointedly serves the industry with articles on fabrication topics: laser maintenance, employee training, equipment set up, what's new in equipment and processes, and more.
Back to Home-Built Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Laser Sub-Table of Contents. Basic Home-Built CO2 Laser Information Introduction to Home-Built CO2 Laser The carbon dioxide (CO2) laser is the powerhouse for high tech industrial cutting and welding of metals and many other materials.