Laser can not only cut the material, but can also engrave and mark dedicate patterns on the material surface. Today I want to introduce MimoWork Galvo Laser Engraver and Marker 40.
Before getting into details of our laser engraver, let's focus on the textile materials such as fleece, denim, and leather. These materials are exceptionally popular materials for laser customization, in both the cutting and direct-to-garment realm. Because of their incredible precision, lasers can cut even the most intricate of patterns into a variety of materials. And although they may seem delicate, many different fabrics can actually be directly engraved without diminishing the durability of the material.
Engrave leather bookmarks with a personal message, cut out appliques to make one-of-a-kind patches, and brand your company apparel with ease. Whatever application you have in mind, a MimoWork Laser engraving machine can help take your fabric or textiles project from concept to reality.
To be able to engrave such exquisite and complicated patterns, you may ask, the process is also complicated and takes a long time? The answer is no. It's as easy as 3 steps, our laser machines keep your workflow simple.
Step 1. Design
Create a new page in your graphic software. Import or create your own custom design.
Step 2. Setup
Send your design to the laser. In the print driver, you’ll select the laser parameters you want to use or select a preset material setting from the extensive database.
Step 3. Process
Select your file at the laser, put your engraving material in the machine, and press GO. The laser will do the rest! Mimo Galvo laser system not only can cut delicate and complex patterns on a variety of materials but also use an efficient and easy way to complete the processing, which brings high added value to our customers.
Our Galvo laser uses high-speed, motor-driven mirrors to steer the laser beam through a lens. Depending on the position within the laser marking field, the beam impacts the material at a greater or lesser angle of inclination. The marking field size is defined by the deflection angle and the focal length of the optics. Since there are no movable parts (with the exception of the mirrors) the laser beam can be guided over the work-piece at extremely high speeds with high precision and reliability, making them ideal when short cycle times and high-quality markings are required.