The Improvement Is Very Large
The first generation LaserPecker was a huge success. This time around, the company released the next-generation LaserPecker 2, a portable laser engraver and cutter. It's faster, stronger, and its compact size makes this laser engraver ready to go.
Where most laser engravers on the market are bulky and expensive, the LaserPecker 2 has an easy-to-use interface and an affordable price. Easy for beginners and hobbyists, you can create DIY projects or products for commercial customization. This plug-and-play engraver can be set up in seconds and works with a smartphone, allowing you to transfer images and start engraving in just a few clicks.
The LaserPecker 2 is a huge leap forward with engraving speeds of up to 600 mm/s compared to the previous LaserPecker Pro. 1k, 1.3k, 2k three engraving modes, the level of detail is perfect. It's 10 times faster and 10 times more likely. Equipped with an industrial-grade all-digital Galvano scanning system that supports square and graphic previews, which means the machine works easier, more accurately, and more intuitively. What you see is what you get.
How to use LaserPecker 2 Correctly
If you're interested in getting the LaserPecker 2, it's available through its current htpow campaign. Ships immediately after purchase.
To give something a fancy, personal touch, there's nothing better than custom engraving. Ordinary people will soon be able to do so themselves -- sort of -- using the not-fun-named LaserPecker 2.
The LaserPecker 2 is capable of 360-degree rotary engraving on cylindrical objects, curved or uneven surfaces. The auxiliary booster allows a maximum engraving size of 100x2000mm, which means, you can engrave any object up to 2 meters in size. You can carve almost anything, fruit, paper, wood, colored ceramic, metal, dark glass, plastic, acrylic, cement, bone or stone. Take this machine with you and its power bank will give you up to 200+ minutes of working time.
Equipped with a 405nm blue-violet laser, the LaserPecker 2 can reportedly last for over 10,000 hours, and the Pro is capable of burning graphics (or text) into materials like fabric, wood, leather, plastic, and metal...so it wouldn't be real per se Sculpture. However, it can also be set to burn directly through cardboard, allowing users to create laser cut pieces for 3D models.
Because things get very bright afterwards, the LP2 comes with a collapsible blue hood that can be set around it. That said, users are also advised to use goggles and not look directly at the laser spot. Additionally, it requires a passcode to operate, and shuts down if it starts to overheat or detects movement.