Overlapping single lines
As the laser beam moves back and forth energy is lost.
If the conditions do not remain constant, irregular patterns form.
The lasers moves in a circular pattern to create a thick character to keep the energy concentrated.
It is possible to achieve uniform marking without irregularities.
[CONVENTIONAL] Moving back and forth across the cut width
It is difficult to keep the energy concentrated as the laser moves back and forth over the entire area.
[NEW FUNCTION] SCRATCH CONTROL
Processing is done by moving the laser beam back and forth across a shorter distance. This makes it possible to focus the energy, which leads to improvements in processing time.
[CONVENTIONAL] Fixed focal distance
As the target is engraved, the surface being processed gradually moves further away from the focal point, making it impossible to apply sufficient energy.
[NEW FUNCTION] DEEP ENGRAVING
The focal distance is changed after each pass. This allows for processing with maximum energy density at all times.