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Why Use Decorative Laser Cutting Screens?

Feb. 26, 2021
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The laser cutting screen is a piece of material that uses a laser to cut a pattern. Depending on the material used, the resulting screen can be used indoors or outdoors, and it usually plays a functional and decorative role at the same time. There are many uses for laser cutting screens, but they include balcony enclosures, privacy panels, theater scenery and gardens. Because laser cutting equipment allows computer software to be used for design, many different patterns can be cut into screens, and some customers can also choose to make their own.

Decorative Laser Cutting Screens

Decorative Laser Cutting Screens

Laser cutting machines are used to cut metal plates. Laser cutting products are manufactured using sophisticated laser cutting tools. The laser is programmed to accurately follow the design outlined on the computer. When cutting the screen, the laser cuts by burning and melting thin material. Add oxygen and other gases to remove the molten material, leaving a clean hole. Typical materials that can be used to make laser-cut screens include steel, aluminum, plywood, and medium-density fiberboard. For thicker materials, the cut edges look more like wires passing through. These lines are formed when the hot zone and the cold zone meet. When a laser cut screen is used to create a private space, it is difficult to see things outside the screen, and the so-called pattern density becomes very important. The pattern density describes how easy it is to see things through different laser cutting designs. Loose patterns with large shapes and large holes may have lower density and are more transparent than complex patterns. The compact design makes the line of sight obscured. For laser cut screens that are used as balcony panels or hide unsightly parts of the garden, pattern density may be an important consideration. The thickness of the laser cut material used to make the screen may vary, but there will usually be a maximum width that exceeds that. The width laser will not be able to cut. For some materials, such as copper and aluminum, the maximum thickness is often smaller than other materials, such as acrylic resin and wood. Depending on the material, some laser cut screens can be colored, wooden screens can be painted, metals such as aluminum and some steels can be powder coated, and some metals, such as non-stainless steel, will rust over time. This is inherently Can be considered as a decorative effect.

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