At Full Spectrum Laser, we pride ourselves in our mechanical engineering of laser cutters. But, perhaps you didn't know, we also put an equal effort into software engineering. After all, aside from the laser itself, laser control software is the most important factor to achieving excellent results with a laser cutter. And now, whether you are using a FSL Pro-Series or our Muse Hobby Laser, you can get the full benefits of our latest, and greatest, laser software: RetinaEngrave v3.0. Check out the video below for a glimpse of the world's best laser control software.
Full Spectrum Laser Laser cutters are great at cutting paper, but to many that seems counter-intuitive. After all, we are talking about a focused beam capable of cutting through ¼ inch wood and acrylic by vaporizing the material through the stimulated emission of photons from excited atoms. Looking at it that way, paper doesn’t stand a chance.
Laser cutters have a wide variety of functions and applications: from cutting to engraving to surface marking on a wide range of materials from paper to metal. That said, each type of laser has its own set of applications and no single laser can do everything with every material. That means a laser that can cut through a sheet of metal, may not be optimal for exact surface-making of medical equipment. And so, this blog is to help you get an overview of what different types of laser cutters excel at and what jobs require a different approach and laser system.