Laser engraving wood is a great way to implement creative ideas and achieve unique results. Whether toys, jewellery, decorative items, arts and crafts, furnishings, model making, prototypes, photo engravings, school supplies, gifts, shop fitting, knife handles, picture frames or lettering - a laser cutter can be used to create countless wooden products.
The special feature of woodworking by laser is that the material vaporises immediately in the area of the kerf, creating a fine, burr-free gap. This non-contact process means that it is not necessary to fix the object, making processing easier, faster and more flexible.
In addition, laser engraving of wood neither wears out the laser itself, nor does it require the purchase of additional tools. The quality of the cuts is continuously high and the results impressive.
If you want to get the most out of your laser cutter, you should process several workpieces in one pass and make a practical colour assignment. The DPI number should also be adjusted individually to reduce working time.