The introduction of crystal engraving technology

Release time:2024.06.07
Crystal laser engraving is a crystal processing technique that uses a laser machine to inject a certain wavelength (usually 532nm green laser) into the interior of a crystal, causing specific parts of the crystal to undergo subtle explosions and form bubbles, thereby outlining a preset shape. It also refers to crystal handicrafts processed using this technique.
The principle of laser engraving is a nonlinear optical phenomenon. Although transparent materials are generally transparent to lasers and do not absorb laser energy, they can produce nonlinear effects at sufficiently high light intensities, such as multiphoton ionization and above threshold ionization. Therefore, at sufficiently high laser focal points, transparent materials will absorb laser energy in a short period of time and produce micro bursts, with a large number of micro burst points arranged in the desired pattern.

Han’s Laser GLASS 3D laser engraving machine adopts a combination of galvanometer and worktable, which greatly improves the working frequency compared to general equipment, about 2-2.5KHz, that is, it can produce about 2000-2500 points per second, and the dots produced are small and uniform, making the handicraft beautiful and elegant, allowing clear images to be viewed from various angles.
Engraving flat or three-dimensional patterns into transparent materials such as crystals and glass. It can carve personalized gifts and souvenirs such as 2D/3D portraits, names, footprints, trophies, etc. It can also mass produce 2D/3D animal, plant, building, car, boat, airplane and other model products and 3D scene displays.

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