Application of laser cutting process on Christmas decorations
In recent days,Laser cutting enjoys a wide application in Christmas holiday.
Although the Christmas is a festival of Westerners, it is gradually popular in Chinese nationals with The colorful Christmas are coming to us.
All business districts like restaurants, shops, are trying their best to decorate Christmas.
But do you know what make of these cute and beautiful Christmas cards ?
As we all know that laser processing is a non-contact processing method.
And it does not generate any external force to deform the object.
Besides that there are many advantages such as no burrs, exquisite product patterns, environmental protection requirements, and the ability to process any complex shapes, making the application of laser cutting machines in the ornament processing industry more and more mature.
The reason why the Christmas elements is common in a variety of rich postures is inseparable from the contribution of the laser cutting machine.
And the following are Christmas crafts processing by laser cutting machine.
1.Application of laser cutting process
As people’s awareness of environmental protection has increased, the Christmas tree has gradually turned from a real tree to a plastic tree.
So it has lost a little bit of solid wood.
It is very appropriate to hang some wood pendant by laser.
Because the craft laser cutting machine is combined with the numerical control system.
In fact,the acrylic processed by laser-cut bright color of creates a Christmas world full of elegance and vitality.
And the non-contact laser cutting process has no direct contact with Christmas decorations, no mechanical deformation and no mold.
Besides,Exquisite snowflake with wooden snowflake, fancy snowflake with halo, shiny letters hidden in transparent balls, 3D Christmas deer.
And the changing design allows us to see the infinite possibilities created by the craft laser cutter.
With the laser cutting process within a precision of up to a millimeter, lightweight paper has a variety of decorative postures in Christmas.
A paper lantern hanging overhead, a paper Christmas tree placed in front of a Christmas dinner, or a “clothing” wrapped around a cup cake, or a Christmas tree clinging to a goblet “thigh”.