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CO2 laser marking machine uses CO2 as the laser source, and then uses the computer to control the scanner to change the laser beam optical path to realize automatic marking on non-metallic materials. The machine has fast marking speed and simple operation. Whether it is industrial or small business marking, this is the beginning of low cost. As a leading laser marking machine manufacturer, ByteLaser has two types of CO2 laser marking machines for sale: RF laser and glass tube laser marking machine. For home or amateurs, you can check out mini laser engraver.

RF Laser Source

RF laser source adopts an all-metal structure integrated design.

Pros Cons
Small volume Laser-power generally below 100w
Maintenance-free More expensive than Glass tube laser
Air cooling Small marking area
Low cost of use
High quality laser
Stable laser
Long life (20,000 hours)

Glass Tube Laser

Glass laser source uses a glass tube to store CO2.

Pros Cons
Cheap price Large size
High power Short life (6000 hours)
Can deep engraving and cutting Water cooling
Large working area Poor stability
Long startup time

CO2 laser marking machine can engrave and mark non-metallic materials, which are some common materials.

Acrylic Wood Cardboard Cork
Paper Ceramic Stone Plywood
Leather Bone Bone MDF
Glass Rubber Polymer Onyx
Fabric Denim Plastic Foam

More About Co2 Laser Marking Machine

Can a CO2 laser engrave and mark metal?

CO2 laser can not directly mark metal, but it can be used to mark coated metals. For the marking solutions of metal materials, please refer to: Fiber laser marking machine.

CO2 Laser vs Fiber Laser

The main difference between CO2 and fiber laser marking machine is the marking materials.

  • CO2 laser marking machine: non-metallic materials.
  • Fiber laser marking machine: metal materials.

For more differences, please refer to: Fiber vs CO2 Laser Marking Machine: Which One Should You Buy?

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