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You can see that I adjusted the brightness and contrast, the overall picture sense variable, which helps the laser engraving between black and white. Because you have to keep in mind that the laser will only engrave the black part. If the overall picture is too dark, the image will be very black, and the engraved image will feel blurred. The white clip is generally not used in grayscale and is generally used in black and white images.
The remaining parameters framed in red.
Generally speaking, the first parameter "speed" and the third parameter, the S-MAX of the laser (that is the laser power)are seen together. When the engraving speed is faster, the S-MAX of the laser must be larger, otherwise the engraving will not leave a pattern. . If the engraving speed is slower, the S-MAX of the laser should be smaller.
The second parameter: the engraving grayscale image is unified in M4 mode. M4 mode is also called M4 dynamic power. When performing engraving work, the laser head must continuously accelerate and decelerate to follow the direction change.
For black and white images, because there is no excessive grayscale, the parameters of the first page are basically set like this, and no fine-tuning is required.
But there is an exception, that is, when you engrave a black and white image and find that even the white area is engraved by the laser, this is because the software recognizes the white area of the image and thinks it is black. At this time, you need to adjust a parameter: the white clip. It can make the white areas whiter, and if that happens to me, I usually limit the white to the max. In other cases, the default value is 0.
The parameters of this page can also be set according to the laser engraving parameter table, and basically do not need to be adjusted.
The first red framed part, the parameters are usually set like this, without any fine-tuning.
Just the second red boxed parameter: Vectorize. This mode is dedicated to cutting, so choose this mode for cutting.
The second parameter here is to choose M3 mode, which is also called constant laser power mode. As long as it is cutting, we choose M3 mode: just keep the laser power in the programmed state, no matter whether the machine is moving, accelerating or stopping. This allows for better control of the laser state. This can result in a more consistent cut for tougher materials.
Since it is cutting, of course, the speed should be slower, and the S-MAX (laser power) should be larger, so as to facilitate cutting, these two values basically refer to the laser engraving parameter table.