Cutting too fast
- The short time the laser beam and the material are in contact with each other can result in failure to cut and sparks.
- Some areas can be cut off, but some areas cannot be cut off.
- Causes delamination of the entire cut section.
- As a result, the plate cannot be cut in time, the cutting section presents an oblique stripe, and the lower half is molten.
Cutting speed is too slow
- The interaction time between the material and the laser increases, resulting in the over-melting of the cut sheet, and the cutting section is rough.
- The kerf will be widened accordingly, resulting in over-burning in the smaller rounded or sharp corners, and the ideal cutting effect cannot be obtained.
- The cutting efficiency is low, which affects the production capacity.