Thin-walled glassware engraving still needs the S9 UVlaser to play an important role
Both UV lasers andCO2 lasers can be used for glass engraving, but if it is used for laserengraving of thick-walled large-format glassware, in most cases, the high-powerCO2 laser will be selected. In front of thin-walled glassware such as wineglasses, the RFH 355nm UV laser is a moresuitable solution, because its wavelength is 355nm, the power range is 3w-20w,the precision focusing spot is extremely small, and the processing heataffected zone is small, it will not produce The thermal effect will not causethe problem of material burning, the processing quality is higher, and theperfect engraving of glass can be achieved.
What is the difference between UV laserand CO2 laser when engraving glass
How does glasslaser engraving work?
In fact laser etchingglass is very easy. During the glass laser engraving process, the material isdirectly etched. Unlike sandblasting, laser engraving onlyneeds to design the desired marking pattern on the computer, convert the laserto laser, place the glass and start engraving.
What is the effectof glass laser engraving?
Etch the glasssurface with a fine laser beam to engrave detailed photos, text and logos.
355nm UV laser isdifferent from CO2 when engraving glass
Therefore, inaddition to coarser glass engraving with CO2 lasers, more industrial usersrequire finer, higher-definition engraving processes. This can be achieved withthe RFH S9 UVlaser. 355nm wavelength, small thermal influence, cold light sourcecharacteristics can engrave glassware more precisely and controllably.