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In a world where precision and efficiency are critical, GZTECH proudly introduces the newly upgraded GLE series of high-power fiber lasers. Our commitment to providing top-tier quality and cost-effectiveness has driven us to develop these high-power GLE pulse fiber lasers, boasting a remarkable 200W of power. In this article, we will delve into the depth of our research and development, explore the capabilities of our GLE series, and test its performance across various materials.
Our in-depth research and development efforts have led to the creation of the GLE series, a game-changer in the world of laser technology. Powered by the MOPA electronic control technology platform, these lasers offer a single pulse with high power and excellent value for money. The GLE series employs a full-fiber system, ensuring a compact structure for easy installation and user-friendly parameters for simple calibration.
We've also given the product a fresh upgrade with its sleek open-model design, compact size, outstanding dust resistance, and a clean white exterior. Our new noise-reduction fan guarantees quieter operation, and the standard MOPA high-speed electronic control hardware provides robust signal interference resistance and anti-static capabilities, along with rapid switch optical response and power change response speeds.
The GLE series stands out with its remarkable power and precision. The YFPN-200-GLE pulse fiber laser, with an average power of 200W, maximum single pulse energy of 1.5mJ, and a frequency range of 5-200kHz, is equipped with a red laser for added value. It offers a high-performance, easy-to-tune, and stable solution for a variety of materials.
Our GLE 200W laser was put to the test on different materials, including stainless steel, aluminum, brass, and carbon steel. Each material presented unique challenges and opportunities for our laser technology.
Stainless Steel Engraving: With a frequency of 190kHz, 90% power, and a speed of 2000mm/s, our GLE 200W laser effortlessly engraved stainless steel, producing smooth surfaces with minimal burrs and consistent depth. The removal efficiency was an impressive 40mm³/min.
Aluminum Engraving: Aluminum, being a softer material, responded well to the laser's larger single pulse energy. Operating at 135kHz frequency, 90% power, and 2000mm/s speed, it achieved a clean, precise engraving at a remarkable removal efficiency of 107mm³/min.
Brass Engraving: Brass, known for its low absorption of 1064nm infrared laser, posed a challenge. However, our GLE 200W laser, with its superior beam quality, effectively overcame this hurdle. Running at 135kHz frequency, 90% power, and 2000mm/s speed, it achieved an impressive removal efficiency of 43mm³/min.
Carbon Steel Engraving: The high hardness of carbon steel makes it a challenging material to engrave. With a frequency of 190kHz, 90% power, and a speed of 4000mm/s, our GLE 200W laser managed to produce a nearly burr-free, finely detailed, and uniformly deep engraving, though with a lower removal efficiency of 21mm³/min.
The choice of laser power plays a significant role in engraving efficiency, with higher power resulting in faster operation. However, it's essential to strike a balance between efficiency and equipment cost. Our testing with different GLE laser powers on various materials clearly indicates that engraving efficiency is closely related to both laser power and the material being engraved.
GZTECH's GLE high-power lasers have proven their mettle in achieving deep engravings on stainless steel, aluminum, brass, and carbon steel. These lasers offer a wide range of power options to cater to your specific needs while maintaining cost-effectiveness. Our commitment to advancing laser technology ensures that you receive not only cutting-edge products but also exceptional service.
For the latest in advanced laser technology, consult with GZTECH today. We are dedicated to providing you with the best products and services, and we welcome your inquiries and discussions on cutting-edge laser technology.