There are many cheap imports on the market, mainly from China. But lasers are complex machines, and they do break down and need repairs. Make sure the company you buy from is reliable and can provide reliable support for you and their machines after you buy.
Here are some questions to think about:
- How easy is it to replace bad parts?
- Do they have tech support?
- How easy is it to answer the question?
- Do they have a good website?
- Are there tutorials on how to use and/or repair the machine?
- Can they provide customization and upgrades？
These problems can be solved here in Cloudray, so you can buy the laser engraving/cutting machines in cloudray with confidence.
The two main things I would look at when picking out a machine are the size of the bed and the power of the laser.
The size of the machine bed will determine how large a piece of material you can cut or engrave in the machine. Larger beds allow you to cut or engrave larger pieces, and even if you do small things like jewelry, larger beds can cut multiple pieces at once instead of just one cut. There are also machines with fixed beds and some machines with beds that can be lifted and lowered. The liftable bed allows you to engrave objects of different sizes. The depth of cut doesn't change, but if you want to engrave a logo on a leather shoe rather than a flat piece of leather, it's important to have a bed that can be lowered to put the shoe into the machine.
The next question is about the power of the laser. The intensity of the laser is measured in watts. The greater the power, the greater the power of the laser. The laser I suggested is 50 watts. The intensity of the laser is the most important for cutting. Remember that the thickness of the material that the laser can cut depends on the focal point of the lens and the power of the laser.
Hope this information is helpful to you. If you are confused about buying a machine and don't know how to choose, you can contact us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.