Thursday, December 15, 2011

Tips & Tricks: Reverse Engraving

Trotec's unique JobControl Software offers multiple features that provide functionality, productivity, flexibility, and reliability to the engraving, cutting, and marking process!
Today, we are going to highlight reverse engraving.

Generally while processing, the laser starts at the top left corner and ends at the bottom of the engraving job. For some applications and materials, however, it can be helpful to start from the bottom. 

Dust and fumes are removed via the rear of the engraving cabinet. This means that the removed material is drawn over the engraved area. Using the reverse engraving means that the dust is drawn over the intact material. Consequently the cleaning process is easier. Reverse engraving is mainly used for engraving of laminates (plastics) and wood

Check this video to find out how this great feature works.

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