Your Snapmaker lets you turn your ideas into reality. You can engrave or cut on dozens of materials like paper, basswood, plywood, MDF, anodized aluminium, stainless steel, acrylic, and leather. Keep reading to learn about the recommended Luban settings for different materials.
This guide applies to the following types of the 10W High Power Laser Module.
- Coated Paper
- Corrugated Paper
- Stainless steel
- Anodized Aluminum
* Make sure you’ve set the best work origin or add a background for laser engraving and cutting.
How to Use the 10W Laser Module via Camera Capture – Snapmaker
How to Use the 10W Laser Module via Work Origin – Snapmaker
* The recommended settings might not apply to all situations. Take them as a reference, and you can fine-tune the parameters for your materials :)
* The 10W High Power Laser Module is the class 4 laser product. You should always operate it with the Enclosure developed by Snapmaker and wear the Laser Safety Goggles provided by Snapmaker. Meanwhile, the operator and bystanders should wear the Laser Safety Goggles provided by Snapmaker during the whole process.
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