's vector cutting is different from dot matrix engraving. Vector cutting is performed on the outer contour of the graphic. We usually use this mode for penetrating cutting on wood, acrylic, paper and other materials, and marking on the surface of a variety of materials.
Engraving speed: Engraving speed refers to the moving speed of the laser head, usually expressed in IPS (inches per second). High speed brings high production efficiency. Speed is also used to control the depth of cutting. For a specific laser intensity, the slower the speed, the greater the depth of cutting or engraving.
The speed can be adjusted by the engraving machine panel of the Laser Marker, and the speed can also be adjusted by the operating software of the computer. In the range of 1% to 100%, the adjustment range is 1%. The advanced motion control system of the motor can make you still get super fine engraving quality when engraving at high speed.
Engraving intensity: Engraving intensity refers to the intensity of the laser that hits the surface of the material. For a specific engraving speed, the greater the intensity, the greater the depth of cutting or engraving. You can use the panel of the engraving machine to adjust the intensity, or use the computer's operating software to adjust the intensity. In the range of 1% to 100%, the adjustment range is 1%. The greater the intensity, the lower the equivalent speed. The depth of the cut is also deeper.
Spot size: The size of the laser beam spot can be adjusted with lenses with different focal lengths. A lens with a small spot is used for high-resolution engraving. A lens with a large spot is used for lower resolution engraving, but it is the best choice for vector cutting.