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Engraving and 3D processing

Laser engraving processes can be easily prepared and controlled with DMC laser machining software.

  • 3D and 2.5D Laser Engraving
  • Import and work with 3D files
  • Grayscale Processing
  • 3D Process
  • 3D Stitching

Achieve full control

Import DXF, STL files, or design patterns with inbuilt tools. Use designs for 3D and deep laser engraving. Use integrated Machine Vision to manually or automatically align your object on the sample for precise positioning. DMC laser machining software controls both, galvanometric scanners and positioning stages, so processes can be optimized for large fields and high speeds.

3D and 2.5D Laser Engraving

High-resolution 3D STL models, with more than 2 million triangles, can be prepared for 3D laser engraving within a minute.

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3D and 2.5D Laser Engraving

Import and work with 3D files

DMC allows importing 3D files or users can generate trajectories in DMC using simple segments and mathematical expressions.

Using 64-bit technology DMC handles large and complex objects most other programs just don’t. Import large STL files with millions of triangles and slice them with high resolution.

Or use DMC functions, variables, and loops to generate 3D paths from mathematical expressions.

Import and work with 3D files

Grayscale Processing

DMC allows importing images for raster processing. Images can either be grayscale or black and white.

With grayscale images, the user can define the process to be done layer by layer or fire each pixel the appropriate number of pulses in just one pass.

Or, it is also possible to import an image as a 3D object and then slice and hatch it appropriately and then machine it wither with the galvo, stage, or combination of both.

Grayscale Processing

3D Process

DMC allows using either a 3D scanner or combining mechanical Z plus any 2D scanner to do a 3D process.

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3D Process

3D Stitching

DMC allows stitching in 3D. The user just has to define field size and Z tolerance based on available laser focus depth and DMC will automatically split the 3D path into sections doable by the 2D scanner and then use Z mechanical axis to move from tile to tile. 

3D Stitching