So you have a digital cutting table that needs a new belt but are not sure how to do it yourself? We know it may seem tricky at first, so we put together this step by step outline to make things easier.
At first glance, QR codes look like square mazes, but they are much more than unusual-looking images. They are present on most things today, and, while some people don’t know what they’re looking at, most people know that QR codes are links to something new.
CO2 laser engravers can put a design on just about any material, but how can the best results be achieved for all of the different materials which can be used? The best speed and power settings to use are dependent upon both the material being cut and the wattage of the machine being used.
Noticing a machine only when it has begun to malfunction can result in lost operating time and unexpected repair costs.
Soft signage is a major player in the digital textile printing market, making up nearly 41% of its total volume.
We’ve all heard the expression, “first impressions are everything,” and this is especially true in manufacturing. Those who produce goods and products for purchase have long recognized the value of bright, vibrant colors and finishes in packaging as a means of grabbing the attention of consumers.
Laser cutting has brought a number of innovations to the retail sector. With this new technology, manufacturers have become able to provide more to retailers in a shorter amount of time and at a lower cost.
Retailers and brands are always working to find new ways of influencing shopper behavior. This often relies on creating new, relevant messaging. These messages need to be fresh and, in some ways, even unexpected.
Lasers are versatile tools that can be used for a host of applications – from costly alloys to more traditional materials. But like any process, laser cutting is not without its weaknesses, despite all of the strengths and advantages it offers. A proper understanding of both the strengths and limitations of laser cutting is critical…