What is laser engraving

Laser engraving is similar to laser marking and laser cutting. It also uses a high power density focused laser beam to act on the surface or inside of the material to vaporize or physically change the material.


The three-dimensional graphic pattern required for the material stroke is controlled by controlling the laser’s ability, spot size, spot motion trajectory and motion speed.



With laser engraving, the process is as simple as printing on paper using a computer and printer. Yonghu can use a variety of graphics processing software in the Windows environment. Designed and scanned graphics such as CorelDRAW, vectorized graphic collections of various CAD files can be easily “printed” into the engraving machine. The only difference is that printing is about applying toner to paper, while laser engraving is about laser exposure to almost all materials such as wood, acrylic, plastic, metal, and stone.


1.Wide range of engraving.

It can engrave metal materials, engrave non-metal materials, and even engrave materials with high refractoriness and hard and brittle materials (such as ceramics, quartz, glass, heat-resistant alloys, etc.), and can penetrate deep into the material. Sculpture.

2.Fast speed.

Laser engraving is more than 100 times faster than the general engraving method, and the accuracy of repeated engraving is guaranteed.

3.High quality.

The product has high resolution, can achieve fine engraving, and is clean and pollution-free. The area affected by oxidation, deformation and thermal expansion of the engraved material is relatively small.

4.Less energy consumption.

The engraving process is simple, the ability conversion is less, and it is a surprise engraving, with less loss of raw materials and improved work efficiency.

5.High degree of automation.

The combination of laser engraving and automatic control technology makes it easy to automate the control process.