As standard, all BRM laser machines with servomotors are designed for stability in your end product. In addition, the laser tube is cooled with a closed and alarmed water cooling system. Accuracy of the operations is ± 0.1mm and the maximum running speed is between 800-1000mm/s.
The machines are supplied as a complete package as standard. This means that the machines include the following accessories:
Our laser machines are suitable for engraving and cutting many types of materials. From metal to plastic and from leather to glass.
|Work area||600x900x230 mm|
|Laser type||Sealed CO2 laser tube|
|Laser power||100 W|
|Dimensions of the machine||1120x1830x1050 mm|
Acrylate is a material that is easy to cut, but also sensitive to scratches. That is why the protective film is left intact when cutting acrylics. Of the two types, the extruded version is the most suitable for laser cutting. After cutting, no post-processing is necessary with respect to the edges. These are just as clear finished as the acrylic itself. Furthermore, the fact that cracks are minimal is because the process is contactless. The laser does not put any pressure on the material during operation.
It is possible to lasercut and laser engrave different types of wood. Factors that require extra attention in wood laser cutting are the oil content, the density and the moisture content of the wood to be cut. These factors reflect the status of the wood and affect the laser power that needs to be set before the process starts. More laser power is set for hardwood than for softwood. With the help of our lasers it is also possible to cut MDF. MDF is a wooden board that consists of wood fibers that have been finely ground and subsequently compressed by means of resins. The waste materials that are released during the process of wood laser cutting are harmful. That's why all laser machines from BRM have an extraction system that immediately absorbs these substances. Our laser machines can, among other things, process the following types of wood: abachi, oak, ash, maple, solid wood, natural wood, softwood, hardwood, wood material, bamboo, balsa wood, mahogany, linden, beech, poplar, birch, beech, silver fir, Douglas fir , fir, pine, red beech, cherry tree, walnut, padouk, teak, cork, veneer, plywood, MDF and plywood.
The laser sublimates the learning surface. This means that during the laser cutting process the material melts and evaporates due to the energy of the laser beam. As a result, narrow and extremely accurate slots can be cut into the leather by using the laser technique.
With laser machines you can edit both natural and artificial leather. There are various processing options for leather, such as leather laser cutting and leather laser engraving. Please note that artificial leather often contains PVC. PVC can not be treated with a laser machine, because harmful gases can then be released.
Laser cutting glass is not recommended. The heat of the laser beam quickly creates tension within the glass surface, which increases the chance of tearing. Glass cutting is therefore often done with water. It is possible to laser engrave glass.
Laser engraving of glass is matting the glass surface. Glass and bottles, round and conical objects, can be wedged into a special unit in the laser engraving machine for glass. The object to be processed rotates during the process.