Snapmaker 2.0 10W High Power Laser Module
The Snapmaker 2.0 10W High Power Laser Module is equipped with the most cutting-edge laser beam splitters, effecting a power leap from 5W to 10W, with a cutting speed up to 8 times faster than the 1.6W Laser Module.
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10W High Power Laser Module
The 10W Laser Module is equipped with the most cutting-edge laser beam splitters, effecting a power leap from 5W to 10W. This means you can now play with a wider variety of materials and hammer out more projects. With a work speed going as high as 6000 mm/min, the 10W High Power Laser Module can achieve a cutting speed up to 8x faster than the 1.6W laser module.
Fast Auto focus
There is no need for manual material measurements, as the 10W High Power Laser Module is now equipped with an ultra fast Auto Focus feature. Simply place your material on the platform and the module will do the work for you no matter the material thickness.
The module stops working automatically whenever its temperature sensor detects a higher than normal (one that exceeds 55℃/131℉) working temperature. Once the temperature falls back into the normal range, you can resume your job on the Touchscreen.
A Module With Two Blowing Systems
Prolonged exposure to high temperature will reduce the lifespan of the laser diode. The 10W Laser Module has two separate blowing systems for its PCBA and its laser diode to make sure the diode is properly cooled off whenever you use it. Under proper use, the lifespan can be as long as 8,000–10,000 hours.
Upgraded Camera Capture Process
Featuring a wide angle HD camera, capture your material on the workspace in one take, providing you with an instant preview in the Luban software. Checking your workspace is now completely hassle-free.
The High Power Laser Module now features a gyro sensor, ensuring that no laser beam that comes out if the module is incorrectly installed or deviates from its designated position.
Using Snapmaker Luban, you can polish your basic skills and master more sophisticated tricks, from simple image transform to setting the right parameters for varying materials, and slicing 3D models into laser cuttable vectors.
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