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|Business Type||Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler|
|Power||40W, 60W, 80W, 90W(reci), 100w, 130w|
|Usage/Application||Cutting and Engraving|
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CO2 laser tubes from us as a Co2 Laser Tube Supplier will be around for a long period and are still the most common type of laser tube. Their effectiveness, high continuous power, versatility, and low cost have permitted them to find use in a variety of industries as well as hobby implementations, especially as prices have dropped over time.
Laser tubes generate a laser beam with smaller dot sizes, allowing for more detailed engraving. Because tubes can heart rate the beam at a faster rate, the engraving speed on RF tube furnished machines is also faster.
Our Lower power tubes (typically less than 150W) at MarkSys Integrators have an integrated fan and are air-cooled, whereas all DC tubes are liquid (usually water) cooled using an additional device (chillers). Maintaining the optimised temperature of the fluid in the system is critical because functioning tubes at extreme temps will cause them to fail quickly while enabling fluid to freeze in glass tubes can easily break them. Contaminants in aerating fluid must be scrutinised and replaced regularly.
All tubes deteriorate over time, but our laser tubes deteriorate at a slightly slower pace because metal/ceramic canisters secure the gas mixture somewhat better than glass tubes, which leak gas via seal points. It is not unusual for RF tubes to outlast DC tubes by up to 4-5 times.