Most customers pay attention to the accuracy of the machine when buying a special laser cutting machine for gold and silver.
To a large extent, accuracy has become a standard for measuring the quality of a machine. There are many factors that affect the accuracy of the gold and silver fiber laser cutting machine. Of course, there are also factors related to the equipment itself, but at the same time, the accuracy will vary with the materials, materials and other factors.
1. In the same case of material cutting, the cutting accuracy of different materials is slightly different, even if it is the same material, if the composition of the material is different, the cutting accuracy will be different.
Generally speaking, under other conditions unchanged, the smoother the material, the higher the cutting accuracy
2. Auxiliary gas and nozzles During the laser cutting process, the auxiliary gas and nozzles play a role in cleaning and controlling the cutting speed to a certain extent.
In the gas flow, if there is uneven pressure and temperature, it will cause the change of the air flow field density.
This density gradient causes a change in the refractive index of the field, which causes the beam energy to dry up, causing refocusing or beam divergence. Factors of the instrument itself
1. Laser beam quality After the laser beam is gathered, the smaller the spot and the smaller the incision, the higher the processing accuracy.
2. Worktable vibration During the laser cutting process, the worktable is vibrated by the laser head.
The precision worktable is used in conjunction with stable linear guides and stepping motors to improve cutting accuracy.
One thing to note is that the precision of the gold and silver metal laser cutting machine depends not only on the equipment itself, but also on external factors. When using a laser cutting machine, the equipment should be set and adjusted according to the specific processing materials and the quality requirements of the user, such as power, focus position, cutting speed, auxiliary gas, etc., to meet the user's requirements for product accuracy.