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Laser engraving is a process where a laser beam is used to etch or mark materials such as wood, plastic, glass, metal, and various other surfaces. The laser engraving machine emits a high-powered laser that vaporizes or removes material from the surface it’s directed at, creating precise and detailed designs, text, or images.

The process is highly versatile and widely used in industries such as manufacturing, jewelry making, woodworking, signage, and personalized item production. It offers several advantages over traditional engraving methods, including the ability to create intricate designs with high precision, flexibility in material choice, and speed of production.

Laser engraving machines vary in size and power, from small desktop models suitable for hobbyists to large industrial machines capable of handling heavy-duty production tasks. The choice of laser type (CO2, fiber, or diode) depends on factors such as the material being engraved, desired engraving depth, and required speed of operation.

Overall, laser engraving has become a popular method for adding customization, branding, and decorative elements to a wide range of products and materials.