Deeming a laser engraving machine as adding ‘sophistication’ to any design a company produces would be a fair assumption. Laser engraving is a relatively new technology that has not been around for very long. Already its’ reputation within the industry as a clean and accurate designing method is well-known. 2-D and 3-D engraving is created of a higher quality and standard through laser cutting and etching, and the development of high standard laser engraving machines has followed on from this.
A good place to start when searching for quality Fiber Laser Parts Manufacturer equipment would be to look at the Epilog company website. You can find that the equipment for laser engravers comes in a three tier range, starting from a starter series to a more mass-scale production line at the Fiber Mark level. The Starter series fits perfectly for both high-level recreational, meaning engraving ones’ own accessories, or for a business in its’ first steps of existence. The quality of function for this series is by no means low-quality, it is simply the level of production, size, and range of materials that the equipment can efficiently cut and engrave upon. They traditionally cut acrylic or wood materials but are able to also cut marble or glass.
The second series allows for higher definition of quality but again range of materials it is able to cut should be well researched depending on the needs of the company or individual. The top of the range Fiber Series can cut and engrave metals of almost all kinds and is available for companies with a high production output.
These laser etching devices can be easily made compatible with any computer, or is freely compatible with already exiting software such as CoralDRAW or any ADOBE design program installed in most computers. If not, the laser engraving machine will come with a software which can just as easily be installed and navigated.
The cost for these laser engraving machines is a cost to be carefully considered but the profitability once a purchase is made is not often one to be argued. The quality that any laser engraving machine brings is second to none. Cost wise, a high standard machine could come at anywhere between 60,000 to 70,000 dollars, while the lower range will usually cost around 10,000 to 12,000 dollars.
Of course, as with any engraving machine, not just laser, the equipment will come with not only a guarantee, but also with technical assistance, meaning any laser engraving device, regardless of its particulars, will not be much of a gamble.