Laser Engraving Rings

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Project Settings

Machine Used: MP-60
Rotary Used: D69
Software: Lightburn

Ring Information

Inside Diameter: 21.95mm
Outer Diamater: 25.73mm
Height: 6mm

 

Prepare the Artwork

Before engraving your rings, be sure to learn how to use the rotary attachment.
If not, please refer the video here.

Then measure the rings and customizing your artwork as necessary, you will set the object diameter in the Lightburn when using the rotary. 

You can engrave the outer surface and inner surface of the ring separately by changing the fixed method of the chuck.

The outer surface

First,choose the chuck rotary type and enable rotary, then set the rotary setteings for engraving outer surface, we use 25.73mm object diameter,12800 steps per rotation.

The inner surface

set the rotary setteings for engraving inner surface, we use 21.95mm object diameter,12800 steps per rotation.

For attention, you need to raise the chuck at an angle to make sure the laser appears on the inner surface of the ring. We raised the chuck by 30 degrees.

 Determine your laser parameters

Test different speed/power/frequency settings for your rings. We used 1000 speed, 100% power, and 200 frequency on MP-60.

We just make some words as a test, you can import your drawings for your artwork.


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  • Allan

    Hi, I hope this finds you well, I own a small jewellery shop and would like to be able to engrave pendants (Flatbed), rings and ID bracelets silver gold or platinum. I would also like to be able to cut nameplates from gold or silver sheets up to 1.5 or 2mm, I am not in mass production so I can’t afford some of the big names out there. Do you have a cost affective solution for me? I am UK bassed and would really appriciate a price to do the above please.


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