WHAT CAN I MAKE WITH A FULL SPECTURM LASER
FULL SPECTRUM LASER MACHINES
The P-Series Professional C02 Laser cutters feature industrial-grade components that provide faster movement, better precision and increased laser power. All P-Series Lasers come with RetinaEngrave 3D ethernet controller, motorized z-stage, autofocus and honeycomb trays and all necessary accessories.
With manufacturers in mind, The P-Series is meant for professional production and heavy use environments.
The software, RetinaEngraveTM 3D, combined with an easy-to-use panel interface, creates a seamless process even with the most complex designs!
The laser auto focus, in addition to the motorized Z table, ensures compatibility with large objects of different materials for both cutting and engraving.
Designed for makers, the Muse is a great combination of size, power and price. Built on the heritage of five previous generations of FSL hobby lasers, it's been engineered to unleash micro-manufacturing creativity in the growing small-workshop movement.
Use any design software and implement with RetinaEngrave V2.
Translate hand drawn designs to working projects instantly.
State-of-the-art optics and built-in camera features compliment functionality and technical design.
The Full Spectrum Laser Hobby-Series is ideal for new users looking to hone their craft with a reliable, affordable machine. Compact and light enough to use in a home workshop or garage — or even at a kitchen table — it's easily portable to take to maker events and craft shows.
contains all the best features a passionate hobbyist needs: Quality parts and engineering, touch screen convenience, custom built software, and intuitive design and usage.
Innovative safety designs to prevent injury and damage to machine.
US direct print software drivers work with any program that prints: CorelDraw, AutoCAD, Solidworks, Adobe Illustrator, PDF, even MS Word.
What materials can the Full Spectrum CO2 Laser cut and engrave?
The Full Spectrum laser is able to cut through, as well as engrave a wide range of materials. The laser machine produces clean yet intricate cuts which would be difficult if not impossible to make by hand. For engraving the laser essentially burns the image (or etches) it into the material. Engraving can be done in multiple passes producing some impressive 3d effects.