Laser engraving is a common practice of using lasers to engrave anything on an object like designs, photos, any form of data, etc. This drawing tool is now an increasingly adopted tool for small businesses, product designers, makers, as well as hobbyists. A laser engraver machine consists of three main parts: a laser, a controller, and a surface. The laser is the part that leaves a mark on the surface. The controller determines the direction, intensity, speed of movement, and spread of the laser beam aimed at the surface. The laser beam is highly focused and collimated and can remove the material from the surface very effectively and precisely.
Laser Master 2 Pro
For commercial use, many aspects affect the choice of a laser engraver, like engraving speed, accuracy, heat management, longevity, and most importantly, safety. Modern laser engravers are improving in all of these aspects of performance and safety. Contributing to this trend, ORTUR is officially launching Laser Master 2 Pro, an upgrade of Laser Master 2. It provides higher precision, higher engraving speed, and consistency. It is easy to use and can cover the requirements of medium or even higher levels of users at an accessible price.
It consists of an OLM-PRO-V10 motherboard and a 32-bit MCU +24V Circuit. With the help of a 12bit precision PWM control signal, it is as accurate as 0.08mm*0.15mm. Talking about the speed, the ORTUR team, through optimization, increased the maximum speed from 4000mm/min to 10000mm/min. As compared with the traditional USB to the serial port with only a 921,600 baud rate, the MCU native USB CDC interface supports a baud rate as high as 2,000,000, significantly reduce the delay caused by command transmission, shorten the engraving time. The Laser Master 2 pro is three times faster than the average engraver in the market.