Any textile can be decorated by the CO2 laser. As for synthetic or mixed textile, the laser welds the cut profile thus making it free from fraying whereas in case of natural textile, even if the cut is really clean, the profile is not welded and is accordingly subject to fraying.
As regards marking, there are no limitations for any kind of textile.
For standard roll-to-roll systems, the max width that can be worked is 1800 mm.
There are also solutions with higher width such as 2400 mm, 2800 mm or above.
For the standard system the max roll diameter is lower than 50 cm and accordingly, there are no significant limitations concerning the weight.
If the machine is equipped with the big rolls system, the max diameter is 120 cm, whereas the max weight is 200 Kg.
Furniture, Wall Coatings, Automotive, Clothing, Technical Textile.
1) No particular skill experience of the operator is required.
2) Only a basic base, relative to a model or shape, must be “traced” manually with the cardboard shape of the “spider”. All the sizes DX / SX and SX / DX are obtained through the development software supplied with the machine.
3) The excavation is clean, without residues of dust or smoke, and therefore it is suitable for the keeping also of light colored uppers.
4) The excavation times are short, depending on the number of excavations, usually between 20 and 70-80 sec. for each pair of insoles.
Yes, they can.
The optoelectronic dynamical focusing devices, accompanying the systems, enable marking of surfaces that are not perfectly level, thus ensuring uniformity (within 6-7 mm of depth of focus), though not geometric correspondence, as the drawing is projected.
Marking of three-dimensional objects, that can be placed on a horizontal support, can be worked by the BX Multiaxes system.
Starting from a known 3D surface and a graphic pattern, BX Multiaxes spreads the drawing on the surface, through a sequence of parts of drawing and axes (X, Y, f) movements, so as to obtain a complete marking.
Laser power can be chosen depending on the productivity required.
No, it cannot. In consideration of the type of material, the laser is only suitable for surface or deep marking.
As a rule, it is less than 1.0 mm, while marble can be also excavated a number of mm: it is just a question of operating times.
The average time for working depends on the size of the pattern to be performed and on the type of working: marking is obviously faster than cutting.
Leather with higher thickness, if cut or decorated with openwork, requires longer working times.
On an average, sheep and goat leather measuring about 70X70 cm can be drilled ‘all over’ in about 3-4 minutes.Mid-calf leather measuring about 110X180 cm can be drilled “all over” in about 3-4 minutes, 10-15 minutes.
Methods range from light brushing to special industrial cleaning with chemical agents (similar to those used in dry-cleaners) to drum treatment, above all when colouring of the surface treated is necessary (for instance with hair-on hides, where marking is carried out with selective removal of hair.
Colour is absorbed by ‘skin’ and not by hair, thus leading to the two-colour effect).
No, it does not. The laser is a physical process that removes material instead of adding it.
The effects of colour that can be typically obtained are those of a sort of burnishing with shades of brown, or light colour, if the leather finish allows it.
For calves vehicles, the recommended model is CX with a working area of 120×240 obtained by an optional automatic table.
The recommended machine model depends on the size of the leather to be worked.
In case of solid wood or by-products such as MDF, surface marking or deep and multi-layer marking can be performed in order to get a sort of 3D effect.