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Re: emblaser 1 3 watt picture results

Postby Picengravertoo » Fri Jun 23, 2017 1:21 pm

Another thing that can cause your laser engraving being too dark is, the focal point of the laser is too large and the burn lines are overlapping. It's important to focus your laser to the smallest point as possible so the burn lines lay down next to each other.

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Re: emblaser 1 3 watt picture results

Postby Dominic Galligan » Fri Jun 23, 2017 3:32 pm

I got some good results yesterday but for the wood I'm using. Not sure what it is, it's a chopping board my wife bought. The engraving was good on one side the the other side was not lasered properly. Upon inspection you can see the wood grain is different on either side of the chopping board. Now we no this we can be more particular about what we can use. Am still looking a for a birch ply supplier in Brisbane. It's not a common thing here and our major hardware store doesn't stock it nor poplar wood either. But I think I have the settings down, may need a tweak for different woods.


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