Laser cut fabric products are very common in our life. And its applications are not only limited to decoration industry and textile industry, but range over various industries.
Laser cut fabric VS traditional fabric processing
Traditional fabric processing technology has long production process and single patterns. When using traditional cutting machines to cut various fabrics, the production cost is too high, the production cycle is long, and it is inconvenient to modify the size, which affects the delivery time. It cannot meet the cutting problems of some sharp corners, round holes and other complex geometric figures encountered in the production process. It can no longer meets people's needs for individualized artistic effects of fabrics.
Laser cut fabric breaks the traditional manual and electric shears slow speed and difficult layout problems, and fully solves the problem of inefficiency and waste of materials. Laser cut fabric only needs to input the graphics and dimensions to be cut into the computer, and then the cutting machine will cut the entire material into the finished product you need.
laser cut fabric advantages
Good processing quality. Laser cut fabric adopts non-contact processing and flexible processing method. And it is the very suitable equipment in processing non-metallic materials, such as cloth.
Flexible processing methods. Moreover, the fabric laser cutting machine can accurately and flexibly process a series of patterns on the garment fabric. These patterns include common letters, numbers, images, and signs, as well as the effect of torn and wearing, by virtue of the flexible processing methods.
High processing efficiency. Laser cut fabrics only needs to input the graphics and dimensions to be cut into the computer, and after the precise calculation of the typesetting software, the fabric laser cutting machine will cut the entire material into the finished product you need.
In addition to laser cut fabrics, the fabric laser cutting machine can also engrave soft materials, including shoe uppers, shoe materials, suitcases, leather ware, and handbags.