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Laser wood cutting – Lampshade cutting (good fortune)
Release Time：2016/05/13 sample club Browsing Times：1261
laser cutting machine is very good for cutting wood handiwork; Thunder laser will show you how to cut a small wood lampshade with a Chinese letter which means good fortune.
laser cutter file：Download
2” laser head
Thunder laser used:
Model: Mars 130
Laser Tube: 100 watt
Processing Mode: cut
Max power: 65%
Min power: 65%
The settings are only for reference, users need to find the best setting by testing.
After we design the file in CorelDraw, we send the file to laser software directly by clicking the laser plug-in. Then we input the best setting parameters and “Download” the file to the laser cutter.
Place the wood sheet on the machine working table, move the laser head to the right start position, adjust the focal distance, press “Origin” button to set the starting point, then press “Start” to run the job.
After the laser finish working, take out the wood pieces and assemble the pieces and then you will get a good fortune lampshade.
1.The power/speed settings will be different depend on different material and different machine configuration, to get the best setting parameters, users need to test several times. You can download a parameter list from our site is for reference.
2.It’s suggested to use strong air assist during laser cutting wood and other materials that are easy to catch fire, it will reduce the burning and improve the cutting quality a lot.If you want to learn more about our laser cutter, you can also watch our videos:
If you have any question, just feel free to contact with us.
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