The use of carbon dioxide lasers is a general-purpose model, with a rear focusing method, small size, and high degree of integration.
Paper packaging, plastic products, non-metallic labels, leather fabrics, glass ceramics, resin plastics, bamboo and wood products, PCB boards, etc. The CO2 laser is a gas laser with a wavelength of 10.64 um in the far infrared light band. The CO2 gas is charged into the discharge tube as a medium for generating laser light. When a high voltage is applied to the electrode, a glow discharge is generated in the discharge tube, and the gas molecules can be released. The laser is amplified, and the laser energy is amplified to form a laser beam for processing the material.