Videos of Laser Creatives In Action

Here are a few videos we captured for you to see the difference between Raster and Vector images in action.

“Raster” images are interpreted by the laser as images that should be engraved on a product. You will notice the laser head going back and forth firing the laser at a specific power,speed, and PPI to mark the image.

“Vector” images are interpreted by the laser as images that should be cut. We simply make all lines RGB 255 and .001″ thick. You will see an example here as the laser zips around the cutting table cutting through the 1/8″ wood substrate.

Enjoy.

1) Raster image (text) lasered on a ceramic coffee mug using the rotary tool.

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2) Vector image (line) lasered into wood for cutting.

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